PAS MRO Relocates Production to Bristow, Oklahoma
PAS MRO’s relocation which is expected to be completed by November 2020 will create 37 new jobs and represent an investment of $3.2 million to the local economy.
The company is an FAA Certified Part 145 Repair Station & EASA Certified for Aircraft Airframe & Powerplant Anti-Friction Bearing Overhaul & Inspection and Accessory Repair and Overhaul. PAS MRO is alsoISO9001/AS9110 Certified.
“When it came time to relocate PAS MRO, Oklahoma was an easy selection,” said Jim Agee, PAS MRO President. Its business-friendly policies and climate, availability of highly trained workers with the specific MRO-related technical skills sought by our company, the proximity to our customer base and the lower costs of doing business and living in Oklahoma; were all factors that lead to our decision.”
“We are thrilled that PAS MRO has decided to join Oklahoma’s thriving aerospace community and add to the already established aerospace cluster in Bristow,” said Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt, “Many of its customers already have operations in the state and Oklahoma’s ever-expanding MRO footprint presents numerous new business opportunities for PAS.”
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