Precision signs deal with HAECO’s US arm

AERO engineering company Precision Aircraft Solutions has signed an agreement with HAECO Americas the US arm of its long-standing partner, HAECO Xiamen, which has carried out many of Precision’s B757 freighter conversions.
HAECO Americas, formerly known as TIMCO Aviation Services, was purchased in early 2014 by the Hong Kong-based aircraft engineering company. 
The senior vice president for sales and marketing at HAECO Americas, Mark Davis, said: “We have built a reputation for delivering high-quality, sophisticated modification programs, and our employees are eager to take on the new 757 work.”
He added, “Our sister company HAECO Xiamen has had a long, successful relationship with Precision, and this new program allows us to demonstrate how the HAECO Group is capable of leveraging knowledge and experience to provide solutions for customers around the world.”
The previous week Precision announced a joint venture with Aerolease Aviation under which the two companies purchased from AeroTurbine a Pratt-powered 757-200 aircraft. Conversion to a 15-position freighter is due to begin in Greensboro later this month.

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