Skytronics, Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries (PSI), will showcase its FAA overhaul and repair capabilities for commercial and military aircraft actuation systems and ball screw assemblies at the 2012 Farnborough International Airshow. During these uncertain economic times, MRO personnel who oversee the operation of commercial and military aircraft must develop effective cost-management strategies to maintain their fleets. Established in 1956, Skytronics has been a reliable, cost-effective FAA-approved Repair Station for over 50 years, holding approvals from the EASA, CAAC and Boeing. In addition, Skytronics holds licensed parts manufacturing authority (PMA) on stabilizer ball screws for Boeing 747/737/727/707 aircraft.
At the Farnborough International Airshow, Skytronics will exhibit with another PSI subsidiary, Beaver Aerospace & Defense of Livonia, MI. For six decades, Beaver has been a global leader in the design and manufacturing of unique and broad-range actuation technologies. Beaver offers cost-effective design and manufacturing solutions on its world-class ball screws, actuators, ball splines and gears.
Beaver is also the industry leader in customer satisfaction, with a track record for on-time delivery that exceeds 99%.
„Skytronics is always proud to partner with the actuation design and manufacturing specialists at Beaver Aerospace & Defense,” said Brad Duschak, Vice President, Sales & Marketing at Skytronics, Inc. „Together, Skytronics and Beaver offer total lifecycle support for flight control components, from design, engineering and manufacturing, to aftermarket sales and repair/overhaul services.”
Source/Author: Skytronics, Inc.