Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) December 18, 2006
Evergreen Maintenance Center Inc., the largest commercial aircraft storage, paint, and maintenance facility in the world, releases their Boeing 737 activity summary for the last 12 months.
"By strategically expanding our capabilities and resources this year, we exceeded all of our man hour projections and customer satisfaction goals across the Boeing Family of Aircraft" states Jim Toomey, President of Evergreen Maintenance Center. "A successful example includes our extensive activity with the Boeing 737 series, where we performed over 35 transitional checks, bridging checks, and paint/interior reconfigurations for major leasing, finance, and management companies in 2006".
When experience, quality, and aggressive schedules drive the competitive airline industry, they look to the Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) providers that can meet their demanding requirements. "In addition to global leasing companies we take care of many major airlines, executive aircraft, key regional jet manufactures, and several of the Boeing business units each and every day" adds Paul Worthington, Senior Director Marketing & Public Relations. "Other factors and key investments that helped us exceed the 2006 forecast include our expanded capabilities and tooling that support the newer Boeing 757, 767, 777 aircraft. In the end, when you combine the operational results with the positive customer comments, it has been an outstanding year".
About Evergreen Maintenance Center
Evergreen Maintenance Center (EMC), based in Arizona, is the largest commercial aircraft storage, paint, and maintenance facility in the world with 20 million square feet of ramp and storage area that accommodates over 400 aircraft. For three decades, the privately owned company has been a FAA Approved FAR Part 145 repair station with a FAA Class IV Airframe Rating (#ERKR675D). In addition to FAA certification, EMC is ISO 9001 registered, holds maintenance certifications from the EASA, CAAC, and the Aruba DCA regulatory agencies, and offers various levels of maintenance and paint services on Airbus, Boeing, Embraer, Lockheed, McDonnell Douglas, and Raytheon aircraft. Recent recipients of the FAA's Diamond Award and Charter Members of The Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA), Evergreen Maintenance Center continues to lead by example.
To learn more about the Evergreen companies please visit their website at: http://www.evergreenac.com
For more information regarding this release please contact:
Senior Director Marketing & Public Relations
Evergreen Maintenance Center
Press Release submitted by: Corcoran Associates