Precision Aviation Group Doubles Its Square Footage in Brisbane, Australia

AINmxReports » February 26, 2014
February 26, 2014, 2:05 PM

Precision Aviation Group (PAG) has expanded its footprint in Australia, adding 5,000 sq ft to its facility in Brisbane. The Atlanta-based company now has 10,000 sq ft under roof at Brisbane, and the expansion will allow for a new repair station for its Precision Accessories and Instruments Australia (PAI-AU) division. That unit joins PAG’s Precision Heliparts division (PHP-AU), which began serving the Australian rotary-wing market in January last year. Besides the new repair station, the expanded facility will include sales, shop and warehouse space, all part of a plan to continue capital investment in PAG’s international operations. The company now has 200,000 sq ft of shop, office and warehouse space worldwide. Teams are currently in place in Brisbane laying groundwork for a CASA/EASA-approved repair station to open later this year. It will include test equipment, fixtures and tooling. David Mast, PAG president and CEO, said, “We are 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.”

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