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30/01/2015 - A new step in Brazil for AFI KLM E&M's subsidiary Aero Maintenance Group


Following Aero Technologies, one of the Aero Maintenance Group subsidiaries, Precision Electronics has received the ANAC (ANAC - Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil) certification. This will allow the entire group to supply the Brazilian market with its full portfolio of service offerings.

Miami, 30 January 2015 - Precision Electronics provides repair of pneumatic, hydraulic, avionic, fuel, instruments and electro-mechanical components and accessories for regional aircraft. Already having a strong presence in North America, the Aero Maintenance Group's subsidiary focused growth today is turned to Latin America, with Brazil being the biggest market in the region.

The ANAC certification, an internationally recognized certification for quality and management, is a key asset to AMG ability to offer its top component MRO services to a wider customer's portfolio within the region.
"It is a major step for the entire Group said Christian Tallec, AMG's Chief Executive Officer. With this ANAC certification, AMG continues to align its resources and capabilities with our customers' needs. We look forward to increasing our presence in the Brazilian market".

About AMG
Based in Miami and Atlanta, at three maintenance facilities, AMG is ideally located to satisfy the needs of its customers operating commercial or regional fleets in North America and Latin America, and the Caribbean. Its extensive repair capabilities, together with its strategically located Logistics Center in Miami, mean that AMG can provide local component support for a wide range of commercial and regional aircraft. At the side of its sister company Barfield, AMG is an AFI KLM E&M subsidiary and combines the flexibility and competitiveness of a local supplier with the expertise, adaptability and reputation of a leading player in the global MRO marketplace.
AMG supplies solutions tailored to the needs of its airline industry client base through three subsidiaries: Precision Electronics (Atlanta), which maintains and repairs electronic, electro-mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic instruments and accessories, in particular for regional and business fleets, Aero Technologies (Miami), for support, repair and overhaul services for pneumatic and hydraulic systems, avionics suites, and fuel and electro-mechanical systems and Air-Pro (Miami), which handles cabin and safety equipment repairs and modifications.

For more information or quote, visit us at: www.aeromaintenancegroup.com


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