4/26/2019

InTech Aerospace Adds Powder Coating Investments

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Company is a technical services firm specialized in commercial and government airplane interiors and components.

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InTech Aerospace in Houston has expanded its main maintenance, repair and operations facility and added technology improvements to its capacities, including a powder coating operation.

InTech is a technical services firm specialized in commercial and government airplane interiors and components. In addition to powder coating, the facility has added thermo-forming, engineering support, build-to-print capabilities, and 3D printing.

“Our recent expansions and investments are direct responses to customers' expectations,” says Scott Mowery, InTech's chief operating officer. The company’s goal is to do more interiors projects for its airline, MRO, government, and leasing clients.

InTech is certified to AS-9110(C) quality standards, and in the past year won the FAA's Diamond Award for training. Visit intechaero.com.

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