AAR Opens Military Equipment Repair Hub in Europe

AAR has partnered with Avitech to offer container and shelter repair services to U.S. military and NATO forces through a newly established facility in Europe.

Jeff Jackson, vice president of business development at AAR’s mobility systems business, said in a statement published Thursday the company aims to continue to provide support services for government customers worldwide.

Jackson added the European Reassurance Initiative has used company-made products to aid missions.

The company received a five-year, $12.6 million contract in January to supply storage and shipping containers, shelters, air cargo pallets and accessories to NATO.

AAR also operates repair facilities in Michigan and North Carolina.

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