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Precision Aviation Group Expands Australia Facility and Breaks Ground on New Repair Station

ATLANTA, Feb. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Atlanta-based Precision Aviation Group (PAG) has recently expanded its operations in Brisbane, Australia with an additional 5,000 square feet.  The expansion will house the Repair Station - Precision Accessories and Instruments - Australia (PAI-AU).  The expansion doubles the size of PAG's footprint in Australia.  PAG opened Precision Heliparts - Australia (PHP-AU), serving the Rotary-wing market in January 2013.

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The newly expanded 10,000 square foot facility will include state of the art sales, warehouse and shop areas.  This expansion is part of the company's plan of continued capital investments to strengthen PAG's ability to support its' customers around the globe.  Implementation teams are currently in the Brisbane facility building test equipment, fixtures and tooling for the new CASA/EASA Repair Station that will open in 2014.

This addition of space and the new repair station increases the global footprint of PAG companies to nearly 200,000 square feet.  "Our growth strategy focuses on having sales and service facilities close to where our customers are located," said David Mast, President and CEO of PAG.  "We are very pleased with how quickly our customers responded to having a facility located in Brisbane, and we will continue to expand our Geographic footprint in the coming years."

PHP-AU and PAI-AU are both a Precision Aviation Group Company.  Precision Aviation Group (PAG) is a leading provider of products and value-added services to the Worldwide Aerospace and Defense industry. With 9 facilities in 7 international cities with nearly 200,000 square feet of sales and service facilities in the United States, Canada, Singapore and Australia, PAG uses its distinct business units and customer focused business model to serve aviation customers through two business functions – Aviation Supply Chain and its trademarked Inventory Supported Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul – ISMRO®.

PAG provides industry leading aviation MRO and Supply Chain Solutions Worldwide for both Fixed and Rotary-wing aircraft through its' 9 operating companies:  Precision Heliparts - PHP (www.heliparts.com); Precision Aviation Services - PAS (www.pas-pag.com);  Precision Accessories & Instruments - PAI (www.precisionaccessories.com); Precision Heliparts Canada – PHP-C (www.heliparts.ca); Precision Accessories & Instruments Canada – PAI-C (www.pai-canada.com); PHP-Instruments & Accessories – PHP-IA, PHP-LA (www.heliparts.com);   Precision Aero Technology – PAT (www.precisionaerotechnology.com) and Precision Aviation Group Australia PTY LTD – PHP-AU and PAI-AU.  PAG subsidiaries have MRO capabilities on over 21,000 products, including Accessories and Instruments, Avionics, Hydraulics, Starter/Generators, and Wheels/Brakes – (www.precisionaviationgroup.com).

SOURCE Precision Aviation Group

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