Aerospace industry company experiences a major expansion of its European presence with the opening of a 20,000 sq. ft. distribution facility in Dublin, Ireland
Online PR News – 05-October-2012 – Dallas, TX – Killick Aerospace, an Aerospace Industry Company, is pleased to announce a major expansion of its European presence with the opening of a new 20,000 sq. ft. distribution facility in Dublin, Ireland. With this facility Killick now offers enhanced services to the commercial aviation industry, including an extensive inventory of airframe and Jet Engine Parts for Boeing 737NG and Airbus A320 family of aircraft.
Complementing Killick’s 60,000 sq. ft. Dallas warehouse, the new Dublin facility also holds an Aviation Suppliers Association ASA 100 Certification representing the company’s commitment to quality.
“The opening of the Dublin facility strategically positions the Killick Aircraft Parts inventory and personnel closer to the ever expanding EMEA customer base. It demonstrates Killick’s commitment to customers in the aerospace market and allows for quicker response, with higher levels of service including AOG support”, states Stephen Donegan, Managing Director Killick Aerospace Limited (http://www.killickaerospace.com/).
This new facility further positions Killick as an aerospace industry leader, allowing them to be strategically located and able to service a global market.
About Killick Aerospace:
Killick Aerospace, which entered the commercial aerospace market in 2007, has established itself as a leading supplier of commercial aircraft and engine parts and related services to the global commercial aviation market. Killick Aerospace complements its service to the international aviation community with offices and warehouses located in Dallas, Texas and Dublin, Ireland with additional personnel located in Belgium, Singapore and China.
Maintaining an engine and airframe parts inventory in excess of $ 100 million, Killick Aerospace supports Aircraft Operators and MRO shops for the following product lines: Boeing 737NG, Airbus A320, CFMI CFM56, Pratt & Whitney PW2000 and PW4000, General Electric CF6 and IAE V2500.