Mon, Oct 31, 2005
Timothy T. Archer, President and CEO
of Superior Air Parts, Inc. has announced the promotion of Darryl
Harlos to V.P. of Operations.
"Darryl has been a valuable member of our management team for
thirteen years, and he has been especially instrumental in
spearheading Superior's initiatives and preparation toward our
ongoing efforts to obtain a FAA Production Certificate for our new
Vantage Engine," Archer said.
"Anyone who has gone through something like this can attest that
it's not an easy task. Through the long and sometimes frustrating
process, Darryl continues to maintain a wonderful perspective and
truly professional approach. I'm sure he will bring the same
attitude to his new position."
As V. P. of Operations, Harlos will be responsible for all
facets of manufacturing, purchasing, production, and quality
control for the company's extensive line of FAA PMA'd piston engine
parts including the Millennium Cylinders, XP-360 Engine for the
sport aviation market, and the new FAA certified, Vantage Engine
Superior Air Parts, Inc., is the manufacturer of the new FAA
certified Vantage Engine. The company is also world's leading
manufacturer of FAA approved aftermarket cylinders and replacement
parts for Lycoming and Continental aircraft engines. In addition,
the company manufacturers the XP-360 Engine family for experimental
and sport aircraft builders.
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