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InTech Aerospace Makes Technology Investments, Expands Facilities for More Customer Services

April 06, 2019

HOUSTON, April 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- InTech Aerospace LLC, a long-standing aviation technical services firm specialized in commercial and government airplane interiors and components, has expanded its main MRO facility near George Bush Int'l. Airport, and has added even more technology improvements to its capacities. Scott Mowery, InTech's Chief Operating Officer, said, "We practice lean principles and program management disciplines for work efficiency and cost effectiveness. Our recent expansions and investments are direct responses to customers' expectations."  InTech's goal is to do more interiors projects for its airline, MRO, government, and leasing clients. InTech is certified to AS-9110(C) quality standards, and in the past year won the FAA's Diamond Award for training.
InTech Aerospace announces these technology and facility improvements on the eve of "MRO-Americas," the industry's largest trade show serving the aviation MRO market. InTech Aerospace has teams of highly experienced craftspeople and FAA-licensed aircraft technicians that repair and overhaul virtually everything inside the cabin of an aircraft, including seats, leathers, fabrics, plastics, composites, galleys, lavatories, floor panels, sidewalls, overheads, and everything in between. Commencing in 2017 and continuing throughout 2018, InTech increased its facility size to over 60,000 sq. ft., adding shops and skilled personnel for higher levels of customer throughput.
Over and above the many capabilities that InTech has built-up over decades of experience, it has further invested recently in:


As a business strategy, InTech Aerospace will continuously invest in technology that keeps the company at the leading edge, alongside its customers. InTech's institutional majority owners have substantial capital resources to keep fueling growth and improvements.

InTech Aerospace is poised for continued growth as commercial airlines fleets keep expanding. Interior retrofits are a recurring requirement as airplanes age, and as planes occasionally change hands among lessors and airlines.
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