Aero-Lift Relocates Headquarters to Steamboat Springs, Colorado

ARM has moved its company headquarters from Tuscon, Ariz., to Steamboat Springs, Colo.


STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (Nov. 22, 2010) – ARM Aerospace, provider of Aero-Lift aircraft storage hoists, has moved its company headquarters from Tuscon, Ariz., to Steamboat Springs, Colo. Recently, manufacturing of the Aero-Lift and all its components was also geographically centralized in Wisconsin, allowing for more control over the entire manufacturing process.

“We’re excited about these new opportunities,” ARM Aerospace owner, Marty Kolonel, said. “With centralized manufacturing it’s more convenient and less expensive for customers when shipping to the coasts.”

With more than 400 Aero-Lift units across the United States and others in Canada, Europe and Central America, customers are often able to arrange to see a unit in action at a convenient location. The Aero-Lift maximizes hangar space by allowing owners to store aircraft above the hangar floor with little effort. With the new electric chain hoist system, the unit only needs to be checked and lubricated once per year.

About ARM Aerospace

Nearly 10 years old, ARM Aerospace provides hangar space solutions for private hangar renters, owners, FBOs, flight schools, paint shops and maintenance facilities, while saving them money. Aero-Lift is a highly-engineered lift system that maximizes hangar space by allowing customers to store an aircraft above the hangar floor while using the floor beneath for a second aircraft or other materials. Aero-Lift has been proven to safely and efficiently lift over 98 percent of all single engine, piston driven general aviation aircraft.

For more information, please visit www.armaerospace.com.

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