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TGH Aviation’s Established Roots Inspire New Growth

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TGH Aviation’s Established Roots Inspire New Growth

TGH Aviation’s Established Roots Inspire New Growth

AUBURN, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Seeded in 1957 as The Gyro House, TGH Aviation continues to sprout new growth from its deep roots in aircraft component support, proudly announcing new repair capabilities, and new managers. “TGH embraces change, knowing that growth, success, and sustainability result from the ability to adapt and evolve,” says Allyson Finn, newly appointed Marketing and GSA Manager.

“TGH embraces change, knowing that growth, success, and sustainability result from the ability to adapt and evolve”

TGH is budding with new leadership. Recognizing the hard work of a few seasoned employees, TGH executives promoted new managers. Newly appointed Sales Manager, Aaron Judd, confirms his readiness to assume his new role, "TGH Aviation represents something far greater to its customers than mere aircraft instrument repair- it has come to define and signify a 54 year legacy of trusted flight systems support. I look forward to being an integral part of the company’s continued growth and future success." Joining Aaron at the leadership level are Ariana Judd, Accounting Manager, and Joseph Subia, Purchasing/Inventory Controller. TGH is harvesting its collective knowledge, talents, and expertise, kindling flight systems support for future generations.

In addition to exciting new management, TGH recently sought and received approval from Senior Aerospace/Ketema to service their entire line of fuel system components. An increasing demand for GPS enabled equipment inspired TGH to also incorporate functional testing, evaluation, and repair for Garmin’s 430/530 GPS/Nav/Comm units. Typically, a flat rate fee is required when dealing directly with the OEM for these panel-mounted units. TGH tackled the opportunity to resolve simple fixes more cost-effectively, with the purchase of innovative test equipment. Similar strategies were utilized when TGH recently established repair services for the KRA10A/KRA405B radar altimeters, and TDR90 transponders.

TGH continues to blossom as one of the most trusted and respected Part 145 Repair Stations in the industry. Today, the company offers nearly 20,000 service capabilities, including the repair of primary flight instruments, avionics, aural warning systems, fuel flow transmitters, and their related indicators and refueling sensors. Visit www.tghaviation.com for more information.

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