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Vector consolidates Texas-based operations

Sept. 1, 2009, Dallas, Texas - Vector announces its RR250 repair facility in Lewisville, TX is consolidating with its P&WC repair station in Southlake, TX.

September 1, 2009  By Carey Fredericks

Sept. 1, 2009, Dallas, Texas – Vector Aerospace Corporation (Vector- ) announces its Helicopter Services Rolls-Royce 250 model engine repair facility located in Lewisville, Texas is consolidating with the Vector Engine Services-Atlantic Pratt & Whitney Canada engine repair station in Southlake, Texas to create a combined engine repair operation.  From Southlake, Vector
Aerospace will offer repair station support for the Rolls-Royce model 250 and the Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A, JT15D and PW100 engines.

John MacDougall,senior vice-president of sales for Vector is pleased with the consolidation strategy. “By combining the expertise and technical resources of these two operations, Vector is well-positioned to develop process efficiencies that offer operators enhanced benefits including decreased turn-times and improved accessibility to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport; which will aid in expediting the shipping and receiving process. Of course, offering the industry’s best customer service is a Vector hallmark, and this plan provides yet another opportunity to improve upon our exceptional standards of personal attention and customer satisfaction.”

MacDougall emphasizes Vector anticipates a smooth transition for the Southlake repair station and assures customers that the company does not anticipate interruption to the either the Rolls-Royce or Pratt & Whitney engine lines during the September 1st- October 1st, 2009 transition period. 



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