AeroWorx Now a Member of the Hologram Products Program

Los Angeles area aircraft repair facility joins Lockheed Martin’s roster of Approved Repair Centers

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Being an Approved Repair Center is a great opportunity for Aeroworx

Torrance, CA (PRWEB) April 07, 2014

AeroWorx, a leading provider of pneumatic, hydraulic, electromechanical and fuel system repair and overhaul services, is pleased to announce its new role as an Approved Repair Center for the Lockheed Martin Hologram Products Program for C-130B-H, L-100 and F-16 aircraft.

Lockheed Martin’s Hologram Products Program is an internationally recognized quality assurance program. Parts and repairs obtained from Approved Repair Centers and Certified Parts Licensees are known throughout the industry for meeting rigorous quality control standards.

To become an Approved Repair Center, AeroWorx needed to fulfill requirements so stringent that worldwide, there are only a handful of companies that have earned this official endorsement. To further solidify their place as a military aircraft repair industry leader, AeroWorx is the first Approved Repair Center to work on both the C-130B-H and the F-16 military aircraft. “This is a pretty exclusive group,” said Aeroworx founder and CEO Gary Furlong. “And to be one of the few facilities in the world approved through this program to work on the F-16 is a responsibility we don’t take lightly. We know our reputation for quality, efficiency and dependability is what earned us this position, and that’s how we intend to keep it.”

As an Approved Repair Center, AeroWorx will perform approved repairs on elements including pneumatic, hydraulic, electro mechanical, fuel systems, transmissions, gearboxes, and landing gear on F-16 L-100 and C-130B-H aircraft. The repaired components are delivered to the client with an Approved Repairs Hologram attached to the repair paperwork. This hologram designates that Lockheed Martin has approved the AeroWorx quality system, and that AeroWorx used approved parts and the correct data to test, repair, and/or overhaul the item.

Hologram Products Program Manager William Berotte states, “The addition of Aeroworx, Inc. as a C-130B-H, L-100 and F-16 Repair Center of approved hologram licensed products to the Hologram Products Program portfolio demonstrates Lockheed Martin’s continued commitment to ensuring the highest level of flight safety for the aircraft it builds and supports.”

With quality management standards backed by AS9110 certification from the International Organization for Standards (ISO9001:2009), and a facility that is prepped for expansion, AeroWorx is ready to use its new position as an Approved Repair Center to further develop its national and international military client base.

“Being an Approved Repair Center is a great opportunity for AeroWorx,” continues Furlong. “We are excited about the growth potential this affiliation brings with it and we look forward to a long, productive relationship with Lockheed Martin.”

About AeroWorx: AeroWorx is an FAA and EASA 145 authorized repair station with dual release authorization as an unlimited class I, II and III accessory repair station, that was founded in 1998 under the name Aero Pneudraulics. The company is located in Torrance, Calif., in a 40,000 square foot facility. AeroWorx is the aviation industry’s leading provider of pneumatic, hydraulic, electromechanical and fuel system repair and overhaul services.

Focused on meeting the needs of the domestic and international aviation community, the company supports leading fixed and rotary-wing operators, MROs and manufacturers with a wide range of repair and overhaul solutions.

About Lockheed Martin: Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs approximately 115,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. The Corporation’s net sales for 2013 were $45.4 billion. Lockheed Martin Mission Systems and Training operates out of Baltimore Maryland


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