Able Engineering to Attend AHS 2010 Forum

Phoenix, AZ - April 29, 2010 - Able Engineering & Component Services, Inc. has announced it will attend the American Helicopter Society (AHS) 66th Annual Forum and Technology Display in Phoenix, Arizona, May 11-13, 2010. Located in booth #219, Able Engineering plans to demonstrate its industry-leading abilities to provide quality component repair, overhaul and approved replacement parts solutions. Able has developed over 6,000 FAA-approved proprietary repairs and more than 400 PMA parts for civil and military fixed-wing & rotor-wing aircraft operators.

“We are looking forward to being present at this year‘s AHS Forum,” said Able’s President and CEO Lee Benson. “With the show being here in Phoenix, we will be able to meet with customers and offer tours of our facility to demonstrate our always-increasing capability to provide low-cost, guaranteed parts that erase long lead-times and significantly reduce operating expenses.”

For more information or to schedule a tour/meeting at Able Engineering’s Phoenix facility, please send an email to: sales@ableengineering.com.

Able boasts a continually-growing list of designations and certifications, which includes approval from the FAA, ANAC, EASA, Thai DCA, China’s CAAC, ISO9110:2008 and Boeing AS-9100 quality standards.

For additional information and a complete list of Able’s FAA-approved parts, please visit Able’s website at www.ableengineering.com.

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