Comlux announced the finalisation of a contract resulting in the acquisition of more than 11,000ft² of off-airport space. The company said the expansion will bolster production capabilities at its completion centre in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Adam White, CEO of Comlux Completion, expressed enthusiasm about the company’s trajectory: “We are very excited to enter the next stages of our aggressive multi-year growth plan. What is key is not only hiring and retaining highly skilled, dedicated employees but also providing them with the space and equipment to execute their trade with the highest precision. This is the latest step on our journey to modernise our infrastructure to continue to provide our customers with the highest level of quality, a true VVIP experience.”
Despite its activity in ACJ TwoTwenty cabin completions and an expanding backlog, Comlux Completions emphasised that this expansion is not exclusively dedicated on any particular programme.
“We embarked on a mission to standardise our installation structure and standardise parts over two years ago,” said Bryan Peterson, COO, Comlux Completion. “The main production efforts in this new facility will start with these critical parts. For BBJ and ACJ completions, maintenance or upgrades, increasing the ability to manufacture the parts we need will ensure we continue to maintain our schedules and continue to redeliver on time.”