GE Transportation acquires Aircraft Parts Corp.

Aviation International News » March 2005
February 5, 2007, 8:30 AM

GE Transportation Aircraft Engines, through Unison Industries, has acquired Aircraft Parts Corporation (APC). Founded in 1960, APC has its headquarters in Long Island, N.Y., and a service center in Wichita. The privately held company manufactures and repairs aircraft electrical systems, including starter-generators and generator control units for business/commuter jet, helicopter and military applications.

“We’re very excited about this acquisition and the new technologies APC brings to our business,” said Brad Mottier, president of Unison Industries. “With APC’s aircraft electrical system products, Unison will expand its integrated product solutions for aircraft customers. Unison and APC have a strong history of innovation, engineering excellence and entrepreneurial spirit, and we anticipate a seamless transition as we begin the integration process.”

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