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AVS-SYS: the New Name for AvSupport

12 May 2015

AVS-SYS: the New Name for AvSupport

AvSupport is rebranding to AVS-SYS with immediate effect, to better represent the increased range of capabilities and specialties that it now offers to the aerospace industry. 

Founded 10 years ago with the aim of providing the aerospace industry with support and assistance across sales, marketing and program management; AVS-SYS explains its capabilities have expanded to include design engineering and project engineering across all types of air vehicles. AVS-SYS is building upon these capabilities with the addition of project management, product/material research and development and full system design and integration across aerospace and other high tech industries utilising the latest in composite technology.

Paul Heaton, Managing Director of AVS-SYS, commented on the rebranding “As AvSupport, in conjunction with our clients, we developed a well-earned reputation in aerospace for project and design engineering. We have built on that reputation by expanding the expertise that our handpicked team is able to offer to customers. The rebranding to AVS-SYS allows us to demonstrate our full capabilities including system integration and research and development.”

AVS-SYS explains it has the engineering and technical capability to design and develop aerospace composite components and systems with particular expertise in aircraft air distribution systems. Supported by a team of engineers, AVS-SYS says it is able to design anything from complete systems to individual components in a range of composites, while also providing full system integration.

Photo provided by AVS-SYS.






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