The plan calls for increasing from 37 stations today to approximately 75 within the next five to seven years, including ten repair stations. ACL plans to add five new stations this year to jumpstart the growth, in addition to adding repair station capabilities to its operations in Hong Kong and Bogota.
According to Steve Townes, president & CEO of partner firm Ranger Aerospace, the company will build a new headquarters and factory location in the Greenville area, move to newer facilities at JFK and consolidate facilities in Amsterdam.
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