|By Marketwired .||
|January 27, 2014 12:45 PM EST||
PORTLAND, OR -- (Marketwired) -- 01/27/14 -- Precision Conversions, LLC (Precision) is pleased to announce that the company has redelivered the second of four 757-200PCF full 15 cargo position freighters to Air China Cargo Co. Ltd., (a Joint Venture between Air China and Cathay Pacific Airways). The Rolls-Royce powered 757-200 aircraft (MSN 27367) was modified at the Taikoo Aircraft Engineering Co. Ltd. (TAECO) maintenance facility in Xiamen and was officially redelivered last week.
Gary Warner, Precision Conversions' president, said, "The 757-200PCF program for Air China Cargo is running smoothly and on schedule." He added, "We are looking forward to re-delivering the remaining two freighters in the first half of this year."
Air China Cargo Co. Ltd. is based in Beijing, China and operates to 36 cities in 27 countries. To date, Precision Conversions has redelivered a total of forty (40) full 15 cargo position 757-200PCF freighters to customers operating in Europe, North and South America, India, Africa, and P.R. China. Precision also redelivered one (1) 757-200PCF Combi aircraft variant earlier this year.
About Precision Conversions, LLC
Precision Conversions, LLC (www.precisionconversions.com) maximizes the utility, service life, revenue potential and residual value of the B757-200 as a freighter for its aircraft Owners and Operators The company maintains its executive offices and operations in Portland, Oregon with an additional marketing and sales office in North Carolina.
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