PART (Pacific Aerospace Resources and Technologies), an ARC Aerospace Industries company, provides Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul services for Airbus, Boeing, Embraer, and other leading manufacturers. PART is a global aviation company specializing in heavy aircraft maintenance, aircraft modifications, long term aircraft storage, and aircraft disassembly. Additional in-house capabilities include a composite and accessory shop, and level 3 NDT.
P.A.R.T. to Expand Its Footprint to Yinchuan, China.
On September 10th, 2015, the executive team of Pacific Aerospace Resources and Technologies (PART) traveled to Yinchuan, China to attend the China-Arab State Expo 2015. Top Leaders from China and the Arabian countries were present at the Expo.
On behalf of PART, Chairman of the Board David Green entered a Strategic Cooperation Agreement with the Management Committee of Yinchuan Free Trade Zone. The agreement is to assist the Yinchuan creating an aviation park that combines aircraft manufacture, repair and maintenance service, aircraft financial service and tourism, making Yinchuan area a leader in the aviation field in China by combining the uniqueness of the Arabian States influence and PART’s expertise in the field of aviation.
“We plan to introduce foreign and domestic aviation companies into the newly developed Aviation Park while utilizing both commercial and general aviation airports of Yinchuan to their fullest potential in a phased approach” commented by Janet Vincent, Managing Member of PART.
The first phase of this project will focus on the Fixed Based Operation, Aircraft and Engine Leasing, Engineering, Aircraft Parts Distribution and a Training Academy. Initial investment of the first phase will be US $500,000,000. The City government of Yinchuan agrees to build the infrastructure needed for the first phase.
Pacific Aerospace Resources & Technologies LLC. (PART) has received ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) AS9110 (Revision B) certification. PART now joins a select group of MRO facilities that have put quality management systems in place that go above what is required by the FAA and EASA certifications. These procedures will allow PART customers to benefit from increased operational efficiency and cost reductions, while keeping a sharp focus on customer satisfaction.
PART (Pacific Aerospace Resources and Technologies, LLC.), an ARC Aerospace Industries company recently attended the Japan Aviation Conference, based upon “The Future of Aerospace in Japan” and taking place in Tokyo on December 3rd of this year. Guests were honored with the presence of representatives of the US and Japanese government including Fukushiro Nukaga, Member of the House of Representatives along with Akihiro Nishimura, the Vice Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism. David Green, CEO and President of PART was invited to be one of the keynote speakers along with several significant contributors to the industry. A few of these being Clive Richardson, the Director of Middle East, Asia and Africa, Aviation Week and Space Technology and Chris Doan, Chairman and CEO of Team SAI. Denis Boulet, Business Advisor of PART spoke on behalf of Mr. Green, expressing his views on the challenges and opportunities of operating a MRO in Japan.
Due to the rapid fleet growth projected within the next 20 years, Japan is in need of an MRO infrastructure able to support such expansion. PART believes in succeeding by providing one stop maintenance solutions for aircraft owners and lessors. Mr. Boulet expressed David’s thoughts on there being no difference in Asia, this being the future for MROs to survive and succeed. In addition, strong in-house engineering capabilities will create more opportunities and improve the bottom line. He also mentioned Mr. Green’s plan to recruit mechanics in China for the upcoming opening of an MRO to PART’s current MRO facility located in the United States, providing the training needed to achieve the same level of quality, safety, and efficiency. This training plan has been developed to offset the limited resources of skilled aviation labor, which is a major challenge within Japan as well when establishing an MRO business.
PART (Pacific Aerospace Resources & Technologies LLC), an ARC Aerospace Industries Company attended the 6th Annual China Commercial Aircraft Forum 2014 which took place in late November and was held in Shanghai China. David Green, Chairman and CEO of PART was invited to join a panel discussion that focused on the topic of “How to catch the Ample Opportunities in China’s Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Industry”. Mr. Green addressed various challenges and opportunities for the Chinese MRO, emphasizing the clear advantages of PART creating one stop maintenance solutions for aircraft owners and lessors. He had stated that “there will be a large number of 10-15 year old commercial aircraft coming out of lease within the next few years in China. However, most of the Chinese lessors and airlines do not have the experience to properly value and reposition this aircraft.” Mr. Green pointed out that there will be tremendous opportunities for freighter conversion, especially since the current aircraft being converted are generally over 20 years old and that there will be a need for a new narrow body aircraft model to be converted.
Along with these opportunities, Mr. Green highlighted the challenges to be faced with the lack of experience and efficiency from the CAAC on handling the certification process, citing examples that included connectivity on the aircraft and interior modification certification. This has prevented many areas of the Chinese aviation industry from rapid growth.
PART has recently completed maintenance in support of another South America Presidential B737-500 aircraft. The Boeing 737-500 aircraft left PART’s facility on Friday, June 6th after a complete transformation including a C-check and full interior restoration, new paint, along with complete Satcom and IFE upgrade. PART looks forward to the return of the Presidential aircraft in the near future.
Posted in AviTrader and AviationPros – Monday, June 9, 2014 http://www.avitrader.com/2014/06/09/part-completes-maintenance-for-presidential-b737-500-aircraft/
PART recently completed certification to perform maintenance on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. PART’s 145 certification permits maintenance support to perform Phase Checks and Structural Repairs in care of the B787. PART has multiple, flight ready Boeing 787 Dreamliners on site and has completed maintenance in support of eleven Dreamliners thus far.
Posted in AviTrader Weekly – Monday, April 28, 2014 http://www.avitrader.com/2014/04/22/part-completes-certification-to-perform-maintenance-on-787-dreamliner/
PART’s parent company ARC Aerospace Industries, LLC is proud to announce the recent acquired majority interest in Maxair Ventures Inc. Located in Tucson AZ, Maxair Ventures has provided decades of service for the international commercial aviation industry through wide support of aircraft asset management. Under the terms of the acquisition agreement, Maxair Ventures will be providing PART with logistical support, along with the remarketing of ARC’s surplus parts inventories. Currently ARC owns part inventiories from Boeing 767, 757, 747, and 737 aircraft that were previously torn down. This month ARC purchased a Boeing 737-400 and a 767-200 for tear down and part distribution.
David Green, President of ARC, stated, “Maxair management’s many years of aviation experience and extensive industry relationships makes the company an ideal fit for the ARC group’s ongoing efforts to become a one stop premier aviation services provider.
Posted in AviationPros.com – Monday, March 31, 2014
PART recently completed heavy maintenance and modifications on the Chilean Air Force’s Presidential B737-500 aircraft. The aircraft arrived at PART in early January and is homeward bound as of Wednesday, March 28th. The B737-500 underwent a heavy C-Check, full VIP interior restoration, and the engineering and installation of VIP comfort items. The commanding officer of the Chilean Air Force, was pleased with PART’s focus on high quality maintenance and unsurpassed customer service. This was the second visit for the aircraft at PART’s facility.
Articles posted in SpeedNews- Friday, January 24, 2014 and Avi Trader Daily – Tuesday February 21, 2014 http://www.avitrader.com/2014/01/20/part-performes-c-check-for-chilean-air-force%e2%80%99s-b737-500-presidential-aircraft/
PART recently completed the Heavy Maintenance & Modifications on the second MD-83 aircraft for Aserca Airlines. Aserca has contracted four aircraft with PART with the potential of four additional aircraft spanning into the 3rd quarter of this year.
Posted in Speed News – Friday, February 21, 2014
PART began hiring A & P mechanics, structure specialists, and avionics personnel in January and into the month of February. As their hangar space of over 300,000 square feet fills up, PART is eager to expand their work force into multiple shifts.
Posted in Avi Trader Daily – Friday, February 07,2014 http://www.avitrader.com/2014/02/06/new-additions-at-pacific-aerospace/
PART is in the process of a complete composite and accessory shop overhaul. They are adding filtered air, positive pressure, temperature and humidity control, and drop-down vacuum lines.
Principals of PART received a Chinese Delegation from City of Qingdao, China on January 3, 2014. The delegation was led by the Major and Deputy Major of Jiaozhou, a subsidiary city of Qingdao, who are directly responsible for the development of one of the ten largest international airports in China. Annual traffic projects will exceed 38 million people.
The city and provincial (Shandong Province) officials have made tremendous efforts in growing the aviation sector of Qingdao. One of the most important agenda items of the delegation during this trip was to attract PART to open an MRO in the new airport. After touring PART’s entire operation, Major Mr. Zhang, De Ping spent two days with PART’s principals, David Green and Janet Vincent, for detailed discussions on the potential expansion of PART.
“We are very excited about the opportunity with China, and especially with the City of Qingdao, which happens to be our Managing Member Janet’s hometown,” said David. “We hope to open our Chinese Division in 2014. Besides Qingdao, we have also been in discussions with the City of Tianjin”.