S3 International Changes Name to Reflect Aerospace & Defense Market Vision

S3 International Changes Name to Reflect Aerospace & Defense Market Vision
S3 AeroDefense

S3 International has rebranded as S3 AeroDefense to emphasize the company's target market for aircraft spares and repair services.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based S3 AeroDefense said Monday it also updated its logo design and website as part of the rebranding initiative that coincides with its 15th anniversary,

The company offers component repair and supply chain management services for niche products such as parts used in rotorcraft, fighter jets, transport planes and patrol aircraft.

Honeywell's aerospace business, Textron and Raytheon Technologies’ Collins Aerospace subsidiarybusiness are among the manufacturers that have partnered with S3 AeroDefense.

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