To accommodate existing and future business growth, CAV Ice Protection will open a North American Operations Center at New Century Airport (KIXD) in Olathe, Kansas, near Kansas City. The move has been planned since the fall 2012 and will be effective April 2.
“We are very excited to announce our new North American Operations Center in the Kansas City area,” said Ken Weaver, CAV Ice Protection Vice President – Sales and Marketing. “CAV Ice Protection’s on-going growth and future business plans will result in new ice protection products and services, greater support and expanded capabilities at our facilities in the U.K., Poland, Mexico and the United States.”
CAV Ice Protection is planning to grow its new Operations Center in the Kansas City, Kansas, area by as many as twelve people, including engineering, technical, sales and administrative staff, Weaver added. Positions added will be in operations, sales, warehousing, distribution and product support.
“After over a decade in Salina, Kansas, CAV Ice Protection is relocating its North American headquarters to the Kansas City area. The transition will benefit our aircraft ice aircraft protection customers through more efficient operations and better service.”
CAV Ice Protection is an expert in civilian, commercial and military ice protection systems involving more than 6,000 aircraft. The company has experience with testing, government approvals, component qualification, electrical system design, reliability, safety analysis, aerodynamics, thermodynamics, quality, manufacturing design and integration.
About CAV Ice Protection
CAV Ice Protection is a subsidiary of CAV Aerospace Ltd., a global Super Tier 1 Supplier. The parent company has manufacturing centers in Consett, Leicester, and Wales, in the U.K., Poland, and Mexico. It also has a North American Operations Centers in Kansas City, Kansas and offices in Poland, and Manchester, U.K. The company has created proven ice protection systems for numerous aircraft manufacturers, including: Cessna Aircraft, Cirrus Aircraft, Commander Premier Aircraft, Diamond Aircraft, Beechcraft Corp., General Atomics, Hawker, Mooney Aircraft, Piper Aircraft, Quest Aircraft, Socata EADS.