Dallas, Texas - Dallas Aeronautical Services (DAS) Brazil recently announced it is expanding into a new facility in São José dos Campos, Brazil. DAS Brazil will begin operating in the new facility starting in the first half of 2014.
A subsidiary or Dallas Aeronautical Services, DAS Brazil specializes in the production, repair and overhaul of composites, structures and assemblies. The new facility will be utilized to better serve the business aircraft market in South America. Operating in 70,000 square feet of space, DAS Brazil will be located in the Technical Park at São José dos Campos, Universidade Vale do Paraíba (UniVap). In addition to the initial investment by the company, the project is being supported by Invest San Paulo and the UniVap.
“We are very enthusiastic about our new partnerships and operation in Brazil,” said Eliezer da Silva, VP International Development, Dallas Aeronautical Services Brazil. “We are confident that our new operation will be mutually beneficial for São José dos Campos, DAS Brazil, and the South American business aviation industry as a whole.”
The official announcement was made at the Latin America Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (LABACE). For more information on DAS Brazil, contact Eliezer (Eli) da Silva, at 817-658-6012 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
DAS is an FAA Part 145 Repair Station that provides support for corporate aircraft operators through the overhaul and repair of composites, structures and assemblies. In addition to their operation in the United States, DAS also operates in South America under the name DAS Brazil. Specializing in thrust reversers, control surfaces, engine cowls, pylon and floor panels, as well as radome repair and testing, DAS provides support for Bombardier Learjet and Challenger, Gulfstream, Piaggio, Embraer, Boeing, and Hawker Beechcraft and Beechjet components. In addition, DAS has cultivated a diverse list of active partnerships within the aviation industry, including leading OEMs. Conveniently located just south of Dallas Love Field airport, DAS can support aggressive turn times while maintaining the highest quality and providing competitive prices.
To learn more visit www.dasvcs.com or call 972-723-3164.
It is being constructed in Cedar Hill’s High Meadows Industrial Park. Target completion date for the project is first quarter of 2014.
The company's new facility, which involved an investment of more than USD 25 million, is expected to generate up to 250 direct and specialized jobs over the coming years.