Precision Aviation Group offers ‘Starter Generator 101’ program for its strategic partners and valued customers

January 22, 2011

January 22, 2010 Atlanta, GA – Precision Aviation Group (PAG) and its subsidiaries — Precision Heliparts and Precision Avionics & Instruments — announce the institution of a new maintenance support program, “Starter Generator 101,” as part of an effort to provide continuing support to its customers in the aerospace industry.

PAG’s “Starter Generator 101 is designed to educate customers’ field support staff in what to look for during regularly scheduled maintenance. Scheduled maintenance for starter generators saves time, money and prevents possible warranty issues.

Maintenance, repair and overhauls account for 11 percent of aerospace industry costs, according to several industry studies. The new program can be facilitated through a live internet feed, or if feasible, a visit from a PAG starter generator expert. PAG technicians have more than 400 years of combined MRO experience in the aerospace industry.

“In these economic times, productivity is paramount and downtime needs to be avoided,” said Scott James, PAG Managing Director. “Starter Generator 101” provides another tool for maintenance workers in the field. We are constantly seeking better ways to serve our customers’ needs, introduce new efficiencies and reduce their MRO costs. The idea is to help maintenance support workers identify potential issues and avert them, saving the customer money and time.”

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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