MARANA, Ariz., March 6, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- The 460-acre facility for commercial aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) located within the Pinal Air Park in Marana, Arizona today is being officially renamed Marana Aerospace Solutions at a special on-site event. Formerly Evergreen Maintenance Center, Inc., the facility was acquired by Relativity Capital in 2011. At the event, the company's newly appointed CEO, Hal Heule, and members of its Board of Directors are introducing the company's new name, logo and website to more than 300 employees, elected officials, dignitaries, and invited press.
According to Mr. Heule, "With the growth we have planned, along with added training, enhanced processes and updated tooling, we intend to build our extensive range of service offerings to meet the needs of our expanding global base of customers."
For more than thirty years, the award-winning facility situated just northwest of Tucson has been regarded as one of the most reliable MRO resources in the world. In one convenient location it delivers expert maintenance, repair, painting, storage and end-of-life options.
Highly trained technicians provide FAA-certified service for the industry's most advanced aircraft, including Boeing, Airbus, and McDonnell Douglas. The 6,850-foot runway is suitable for takeoff and landing of all aircraft types, including large commercial and military aircraft. The maintenance center has ramp and storage capacity to accommodate 400 aircraft, as well as over 350,000 sq. ft. of repair shops for avionics, components servicing, interior configuration, testing and inspections. The facility is a fully-approved FAA Part 145 Repair Station with a FAA Class IV Airframe Rating.
"Our facility will continue to focus is on operational excellence, with a renewed commitment to deliver outstanding customer service and satisfaction," said Joyce Johnson-Miller, Chair of the Board of Directors at Marana Aerospace Solutions.
About Marana Aerospace SolutionsMarana Aerospace Solutions provides award-winning heavy maintenance, repairs, overhaul, painting, storage and end of life solutions for commercial passenger and cargo aircraft. With 460 acres, and able to accommodate over 400 aircraft, it is regarded as the largest facility of its kind in the world. Privately owned and operated, its highly trained certified technicians and craftsmen have provided reliable on-time service for more than three decades. More information is available at www.maranaaerospace.com.