(Victorville)– – This afternoon at Southern California Logistics Airport, Pacific Aerospace Resources & Technologies, LLC (PART) and Boeing announced an agreement to perform MRO maintenance services and aircraft transition services for Boeing’s GoldCare program.
The Goldcare program was created by Boeing to allow airlines to choose from a menu of innovative maintenance and services programs. Boeing’s program uses high tech planning and tracking software as well as inclusive materials management for greater efficiency. With the agreement, PART will become a third-party MRO provider to support maintenance for all of Boeing’s scheduled and unscheduled maintenance services in Victorville for the next ten years.
“Despite the rough economy, Southern California Logistics Airport continues to attract the largest of companies and we are proud of the fact that PART and Boeing will continue to help employ members of our community.” said Ryan McEachron, Mayor for the City of Victorville.
The announcement was made at PART’s multi aircraft hangar at Southern California Logistics Airport and included over 200 attendees, with the event emceed by Victorville Assistant City Manager Keith Metzler. The event also included speakers Johan Claasen with PART, Ned Cabrera with Boeing, City of Victorville Mayor Ryan McEachron and Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt with the County of San Bernardino.
About Southern California Logistics Airport
Located in the Victor Valley/High Desert region of Southern California, just 90 minutes from Los Angeles, Southern California Logistics Airport is an all-commercial aviation hub and industrial park. As the former site of George Air Force Base, the 5,000-acre park is run by the City of Victorville and has been transformed into a multi-industry center in partnership with Stirling Capital. Southern California Logistics Airport is home to world-class companies such as Boeing, Pacific Aerospace Resources & Technologies (PART), Pratt Whitney, Southern California Aviation, GE Transportation, Leading Edge, Newell Rubbermaid, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Plastipak and M&M/Mars. For additional information, visit www.victorvillecity.com.