Stevens Aerospace and Defense Systems will expand its operations to Macon, Ga.
Stevens Aerospace, headquartered in Greenville S.C., with significant MRO operations in Greenville as well as Dayton, Ohio and Nashville, Tenn. will move its large cabin aircraft maintenance, avionics and interiors business from Donaldson Center Airport in Greenville to the former Bombardier hangar at Middle Georgia Regional Airport (MCN) in Macon. Under the direction of Rick Screen, Stevens’ large cabin aircraft business has grown rapidly. Relocating the large cabin business to Macon will provide more space for Stevens’ current large cabin customers as well as provide room for other business as Stevens plans its future capacity options at Donaldson Center Airport.
Neal McGrail, Stevens Aerospace CFO said, “Stevens is pleased to have additional and dedicated space for our large cabin customers and be less dependent on our Greenville facility for meeting customer requirements in the southeastern U.S.”
Stevens Aerospace will begin serving customers at the Macon facility in January 2019.
About Stevens Aerospace and Defense Systems: Stevens Aerospace and Defense Systems provides civilian MRO services for Beechcraft, Challenger, Cessna, Embraer, Global Express, Gulfstream, Falcon, Learjet, Piaggio and Pilatus aircraft. Stevens is a U.S. and foreign government prime service provider of depot maintenance, refurbishment and modifications for military versions of general aviation airframes. Stevens (Greenville) is a Class III repair station that is ISO9001: 2015, AS9110C, DCMA 8210.1C, EASA and DGAC certified and GFRC compliant. Stevens’ Greenville and Dayton facilities have DCMA on the field. Stevens Aerospace operates facilities in Greenville, S.C. (GYH), Dayton, Ohio (DAY), Nashville, Tenn. (BNA) and Macon, Ga. (MCN), and also operates a 24/7 AOG-MRT Division.