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top – Paul Seibert, Mechanical Fab Manager, operates a CNC machine in SEA’s Fabrication facility. below – The Omax 60120 five-axis waterjet cutting center, one of SEA’s recent additions to its machining facilities.


opposite – One of SEA’s modification hangar facilities.


(PMA), supplemental type certificate (STC) development and kit production. Southeast Aerospace is in a unique class of companies that can offer a full range of products and services in one location. This special combination provides a high level of confidence, efficiency, and qual- ity.


MAKING ASSISTS


Southeast Aerospace serves a number of domestic and international markets in- cluding helicopter operators, government agencies, fixed-wing operators, and main- tenance facilities. Recently, SEA’s aircraft support and modification services have primarily focused on the rotorcraft market, but their experience also includes fixed- wing operations.


While the company can define their markets, they also have a unique approach to targeting new business. SEA identifies customers that are having difficulty find- ing solutions in the marketplace and then


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