Pemco expands into 757 conversions
13 / 08 / 2012
PEMCO World Air Services, announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire the 757 cargo conversion operations and assets of Alcoa-SIE Conversions (ASCC).Under the agreement, Pemco will acquire key assets of ASCC including its Boeing 757-200 Supplemental Type Certificate.
Upon the full implementation of the agreement in early 2010, the 757 conversion programme will be sold, installed and supported as a Pemco product.
“We are delighted to add the 757 programme to our conversion product line, said Pemco chief executive officer, Wake Smith.Pemco president, Kevin Casey, added: “Along with our freighter, combi and quick-change configuration of the 737-300 and 737-400, the 757 freighter will round out the product portfolio in the Pemco family of narrowbody cargo aircraft options.”
“We are pleased to see the highly efficient conversion design that ASCC has pioneered incorporated into the product line of one of the world’s most experienced cargo conversion companies in Pemco,” said ASCC president Robert Murphy.