September 21, 2022

Also featured are its CargoTek® Cargo Bay Protection Solutions

EVENT NEWS BLOG: Everett, Washington (September 20, 2022) – Aviation Technical Services (ATS), an award-winning provider of airframe MRO and component support services, is pleased to be exhibiting for the first time at MRO Asia-Pacific on September 21-22. Show attendees are encouraged to stop by Booth #809 where Stan Greenleaf (pictured left), Phil Fields (pictured right), Gethyn Oxenham, and Charlotte Marchant will welcome them and discuss ways ATS can help solve problems.


In March 2022, ATS completed the consolidation of its American Cooler Service (ACS), Aviation Industry Repair (AIR), and Texas Pneumatic Systems (TPS) subsidiary businesses at its existing 138,000 sq. ft. location in Fort Worth, TX. The new unit is called “ATS Components DFW” and provides repair services and rotable exchange options for a variety of aircraft components and features machining, autoclave, clean room, and heat treat capabilities.

Comprehensive component repair services and/or rotable exchange options include accessories, composites, electrical and fuel components, flight control surfaces, hydraulics, pneumatics, and structures for various commercial and regional aircraft with service locations near SeaTac (Seattle, WA) and DFW (Fort Worth, TX) international airports.

ATS sets itself apart by partnering with airlines and OEMs, bringing to market customized repair solutions. Boeing 787 operators are encouraged to drop-in and learn more about our Cabin Air Inlet capabilities.


ATS’s Ranger Air team is also on-site in Singapore highlighting its USM and component part sales, consignment, and inventory distribution services available for virtually every commercial airframe and engine platform. Its warehouse is headquartered near DFW International Airport in Texas, bringing convenient 24/7 service for AOG requirements.


Come toss a few hoops at our arcade basketball game and learn how our CargoTek Cargo Bay Protection Solutions protect OEM cargo bay floors and sidewalls leading to the elimination of cargo related AOG and Minimum Equipment List (MEL) events. Impact resistant CargoTek products are in service today on Boeing 737 MAX as well as Airbus A320 aircraft.


Airlines looking for relief from high cost, long lead time, and high failure parts are encouraged to visit our PMA Showcase. ATS’s FAA-approved PMA parts are engineered through collaboration with a 45-year airline partner and utilize data from airframe maintenance and component repair workscopes. Sample parts highlighting various design, material, and machining techniques are available in the booth.

More About ATS:

For more than 50 years, ATS has been providing industry-leading, comprehensive MRO and support services for aircraft and OEMs. It is focused on making the MRO process better through reducing span times, increasing mechanic efficiency, improving airline operational performance, and lowering overall costs through maintenance prevention strategies. It partners with Aerospace Machining and Assembly, Inc. (AMAI) for intellectual property and tooling requirements associated with CargoTek products.

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ATS Contact: Sherry Bergstrom, Director of Marketing & PR at