Kansas City, MO., – January 17, 2007 – PAS Technologies Inc. a leading supplier of maintenance, repair and overhaul services (MRO) of aviation engine components, today announced it has launched phase one of its materials management division named, Aviation Materials Management Services (AMMS). The new division will be involved in multiple arenas of the aviation industry.
Phase 1) Managing the acquisition and disassembly of engines, overhauling, and selling the components.
Phase 2) Support customers' needs in the area of contracted Materials Management. Part of the offerings are: zero stock-out conditions; AOG immediate shipping; global networking alliances; and "Tier 1" Just-In-Time services.
The new business is headed by David Auxier, director of supply chain management. This newly created materials management division will be a major endeavor that David and his organization will control by providing customers with reduced order delivery times and 100% yield guarantee, all at competitive pricing.
Bob Weiner, President and CEO of PAS Technologies stated, "We are very excited about this new business. We will utilize our marketing savvy capabilities in extending into this new business sector. We see AMMS complimenting our other PAS operations in both NEW product / service offerings and ADDITIONAL customer satisfaction."
The new business is located at 1520 Atlantic Street, North Kansas City, MO, 64116 (816) 556-4600.
PAS Technologies Inc. (www.pas-technologies.com) is a privately held corporation headquartered in North Kansas City, Missouri specializing in providing cost-effective repair and overhaul solutions for the aerospace and industrial markets. By using innovative and proprietary high-technology repair processes, along with repair solutions licensed from OEMs, the Company saves its customers from having to purchase costly replacement parts. The broad range of components serviced includes gas turbine engines, critical airframe parts, gates and seats used in oil fields and industrial components used in other high-wear, high-heat, and corrosive environments.