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Camtronics Aviation Group Announces Acquisition of Aviocraft

May 31, 2019 / News and Media / Comments

Tulsa, Oklahoma (April 12, 2019) ― Camtronics Aviation Group announced that it has acquired Aviocraft, a leading repair facility located in Chandler, AZ. For over a decade, Aviocraft has created innovative repair solutions through Patented Technologies on aircraft batteries and a wide variety of accessories. This acquisition adds new product lines/repair solutions to the Camtronics Aviation Group's comprehensive repair capabilities.

“Camtronics Aviation Group is focused on growing our businesses both organically and through strategic acquisitions. We are focused on developing specialized repair alternatives that bring value to our customers. Our USA and European repair facilities provide capabilities for our customers in locations that bring savings and overall value to them,” said Camtronics Aviation Group President Rick Campbell. “The acquisition of Aviocraft follows this model, allowing us to better serve our customers by expanding the range of our groups product offerings."

Camtronics Aviation Group offers a wide variety of specialized repairs designed to reduce cost and improve reliability. Utilizing the groups global facilities through a broad and growing portfolio of, Component Repair, Distribution, Engineering Services and Software Development. Driven by our customer’s needs, creating advancements/specialized repair techniques and solutions to complex manufacturing challenges continues to be our core objective. Camtronics Aviation Group is headquartered in Tulsa, OK.

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We are an Accessory Class 1, 2 and 3, and limited radio, instrument and emergency equipment rated Part 145 repair station. Camtronics offers a wide variety of DER repairs designed to reduce cost and improve reliability. The core business of Camtronics involves repair of antennas, actuation, electro-mechanical components, heat transfer, galley, lavatory, and fluid systems components on most aircraft platforms.

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