Aviation flight line maintenance fluid handling equipment and tooling.
According to “Grand View Research” (grandviewresearch.com), the aircraft line maintenance industry is projected to grow 4.5% to 5.5% annually through 2030 reaching an estimated US$38.31 billion worldwide. As airline travel continues to increase and aircraft designs evolve into smarter, more efficient systems, most of the flight line maintenance equipment will require modification or redesign to be compatible. Airlines and MRO operators are expanding existing maintenance facilities and adding new locations to handle the projected growth. The Company is well positioned in front of this growth trend by commercially proving its custom design capabilities and delivering superior quality equipment under its trademarked name. Over the past four years, The business's equipment innovations have been accepted by companies such as Boeing, Liebherr Aerospace, Delta TechOps, and Jet Blue.
The business can thrive anywhere and only needs to have about 800 square feet.