Evergreen International Aviation Announces New Business Unit Name To Reflect Growth And Expansion In Aircraft Maintenance

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"Over the last three years our Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facilities in Arizona have significantly expanded their aircraft maintenance capabilities and customers," states Jim Toomey, President of EMC. "When you consider our growth spotlights today's newest equipment including: Boeing 757, 767, 777 aircraft and growing Airbus family; it makes sense to update the name."

Evergreen International Aviation, Inc. a portfolio of five diverse aviation companies headquartered in McMinnville, Oregon announces that the Evergreen Air Center has a new name and will be conducting business as: Evergreen Maintenance Center.

The new Evergreen Maintenance Center Inc. continues to be the largest commercial aircraft maintenance, paint and storage facility in the world. "Over the last three years our Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facilities in Arizona have significantly expanded their aircraft maintenance capabilities and customers," states Jim Toomey, President of EMC. "When you consider our growth spotlights today's newest equipment including: Boeing 757, 767, 777 aircraft and growing Airbus family; it makes sense to update the name."

Within a competitive industry it can be challenging to find the right combination of support and experience to make your aircraft maintenance operation cost effective. "Having a unique MRO facility that includes: a runway capable of handling the largest commercial aircraft, 24-hour security, painting, and full flight line support translates to true savings for our customers," adds Paul Worthington, Senior Director of Marketing for the Evergreen Maintenance Center. "But the most Important part of this equation is the MRO team that has been recognized by many of our customers for their ability to quickly adapt and respond to the dynamic operational requirements - day in and day out."

About Evergreen International Airlines                            

Evergreen International Aviation, Inc. is a portfolio of five diverse aviation companies headquartered in McMinnville, Oregon. With international operating authority and a network of global offices and affiliates, Evergreen consists of an international cargo airline that owns and operates a fleet of Boeing 747s, an unlimited aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul facility, a full-service helicopter company, an aircraft ground handling company, and an aircraft sales and leasing company. In addition to these endeavors, Evergreen owns and operates Evergreen Agricultural Enterprises and is headquartered near the not-for-profit Evergreen Aviation Museum, home of the Spruce Goose.

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:    

Paul Worthington

Senior Director Marketing & Public Relations

Evergreen Maintenance Center            

V: 520.616.5041

F:520.616.5065

Website: http://www.evergreenac.com

Submitted by Corcoran Associates

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