Air Comm expands its Quantum Control footprint to manage operations for fixed-wing ECS
Component Control announced today that Air Comm Corporation (ACC), an industry leader in the design, development, production and certification of Environmental Control, Air Management and Thermal Management Systems for fixed and rotary wing aircraft, is expanding its Quantum ControlTM software footprint to manage manufacturing and repair service operations at the company’s Dallas location. ACC currently leverages Quantum at its facility in Colorado. This expansion with Quantum will bridge best practices and standardization for efficient operations across the company enterprise.
“Dallas is an important repair hub in the United States and last year’s acquisition of Meggitt’s Keith Products Division gave us a great opportunity to expand our capabilities with a repair center specific to our ECS customer needs. Quantum helped us in Colorado to further integrate and streamline Operations, Program / Project Management, and Accounting so that we are able to provide an even higher level of service to our customers. Our Dallas facility is now utilizing the same best practices across all of our services through Quantum,” said Keith Steiner, CEO at ACC.
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ACC’s full range of capabilities include design, manufacture and support for civil and military rotorcraft and fixed-wing environmental control systems, development of custom air management solutions for avionics and electronics cooling systems, fluid systems, pneumatic and electric environmental controls, blowers, valves and ducts, for a wide range of OEM and aftermarket customers. ACC also specializes in electro/mechanical air management systems and component design, development, certification and FAA program management. The company is ISO9000/AS-9100 Rev C certified.
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Source : Component Control
Jun 2 - 3, 2016 - Washington, United States