Precision Aviation Group (PAG) Completes Facility Expansion to 80,000 square feet

July 17, 2012

Atlanta, GA –July 17, 2012 — In its continuing effort to provide the best products and value-added services to the Aerospace and Defense Industry, Precision Aviation Group (PAG) – completed an expansion of its Headquarters located at 495 Lake Mirror Road in Atlanta, GA.

“We are excited about another expansion of our Atlanta facility.  This is our fourth expansion in the last 12 years at the same location.  In spite of a difficult global economic climate, we have been fortunate to continue growing our revenues, capabilities, MRO throughput, and employee ranks.  This continued growth necessitated an additional expansion to our Atlanta facility.  We have increased our facility size by 20% to over 80,000 sq.ft.  This additional space gives us the ability to better support our customer base, enabled us to fully enclose and expand our Wheel and Brake shop to 3,500 sq.ft, improve our product flow, and greatly enhance our warehouse/logistics areas,” said David Mast – PAG President & CEO. 

Construction work on the new space was completed July 6th.

About PAG

Others Sell Parts, We Sell Support.

PAG is built on the trust of our customers, and our team members are an important part of our successful, growing business that is committed to customer service. We’ve built our legacy on our ability to respond and deliver the highest quality.

At PAG, employees get the exchange of talent, experiences, and resources of multiple companies all while working for one. With 20 Repair Stations, and over 850,000-square-feet of sales and service facilities in the United States, Canada, Australia, Singapore, and Brazil – PAG’s 24 locations and customer-focused business model serve aviation customers through Supply Chain and Inventory Supported Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (ISMRO®) services. PAG is one of only 11 companies, outside of OEMs, to collectively hold all FAA certifications.

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