Aircraft Belts Creates Metal-plating Business

Aviation International News » April 2003
January 17, 2008, 8:15 AM

Aircraft Belts of Kemah, Texas, long a provider of aircraft occupant restraint systems, is branching into the corporate aircraft decorative plating business with the opening of subsidiary Signature Plating. The new company will occupy a 12,500-sq-ft facility in Cibolo, Texas, near San Antonio. A spokesman said Signature Plating, scheduled to open in June, will specialize in a wide variety of plating processes for corporate aircraft cabin metal accessories. Lawrence Donoho has been selected to serve as president of the new company.

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