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Cessna Awarded – Again

All eight of Cessna Aircraft Co.’s Citation Service Centers have been awarded the FAA’s Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) Employer Diamond Award of Excellence. This is the sixth consecutive year the business manufacturer has received the award for all of its U.S.-based service centers. To receive the Diamond Award, all of a facility’s maintenance technicians must achieve an individual AMT Certificate of Training.

New Inventory Management Tool

ARINC Managed Services has introduced a new inventory control tool called Mobilized Asset Management. It is designed to reduce paperwork and delays for field technicians while maintaining an accurate parts inventory that is updated daily. The system uses Windows-compatible portable devices (PDAs)

and bar-code scanning. By scanning the bar code, the user can identify an asset and query the current inventory. Asset information can be updated at any time, and all data is synced back to the main inventory database at the end of each day. The new system has been tested at Dallas-Fort Worth International and Singapore Changi International airports.

Haines Joins TIMCO Goodrich Delivers 2,000th HUMS

Goodrich Corp.’s Sensors and Integrated Systems, Vergennes, Vermont, recently delivered its 2,000th health and usage monitoring system (HUMS) for helicopters. U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy attended a ceremony celebrating the benchmark event. He supported the company in winning more than $100 million in contracts to develop and deploy the HUMS system for rotorcraft operated by the U.S. Army and Marine Corps. At the ceremony, Gary Loftus, vice president of Goodrich Sensors

and Integrated Systems, told of an Army Black Hawk helicopter unit that set a record number of hours flown in a 12-month period; it “saved $45 million in maintenance costs” thanks, in part, to HUMS, he claims. The Goodrich HUMS is on board the CH-47 Chinook, CH-53E Super Stallion and commercial S-76D(R) and S-92, as well as the UH-60 Black Hawk.

TIMCO Aviation Services recently appointed Brian Haines vice president of sales and marketing, reporting to senior vice president John Eichten. Haines is tasked to grow airframe maintenance activity at TIMCO’s facilities in Greensboro, North Carolina; Lake City, Florida, and Macon, Georgia. Haines previously was director of airframe contracts and business operations for Continental Airlines, where he worked for 13 years. His 25 years in the aviation industry also includes management positions at various MROs.

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