Heli-Parts Nevada acquired by Salus AviationJuly 11th, 2019 Comments Off on Heli-Parts Nevada acquired by Salus Aviation
Heli-Parts Nevada (HPN) has been acquired by New Zealand based Salus Aviation as they continue to expand their portfolio of companies within their group. HPN is an excellent complement to Salus’ existing Oceana Aviation business; and Oceana and HPN have a long history of successfully working together.
HPN is the single largest provider of overhauled and used Airbus components and Safran Turbomeca engines globally. HPN also offers hourly engine leases to customers as part of its Engine Power on Demand (EPOD) program. The business is located in a 10,000 square foot warehouse in Boulder City, Nevada.
“We see this move to be one that will benefit us and our customers,” says HPN President David Lok. “This acquisition will allow us to expand our E-Pod and C-Pod programs, acquire an even larger inventory base and continue to support our customers with maintenance, component exchanges and rentals”.
HPN founder David Lok has 25 years in the aviation industry and holds Canadian, European and American certificates in aircraft maintenance and technology. David will remain President of HPN USA to ensure the continuation of quality support and services and will join the Salus executive management team. David will also become a shareholder in Salus Aviation.
CEO of Salus Aviation Nick Mair said, “David and the HPN team’s passion for providing quality service to their customers is a trait that fits well with the values of Salus. I am looking forward to working with David to further extend the reach of HPN into the Asia Pacific region”.
About Salus Aviation Limited
Salus Aviation Limited is one of the largest General Aviation businesses in Australasia providing specialised services to our customers which include aircraft sales; component and engine overhaul; blade refurbishment; aircraft maintenance and part sales through its Oceania Aviation and HPN brands. Salus Aviation also own Gisborne Helicopters which offers flight operations in the Gisborne region of New Zealand.