Mon, Oct 10, 2005
They'll Also Come To You
AeroGraphics Design LLC
of Rio Rancho, NM -- makers and installers of aircraft graphics
such as registration numbers and larger-scale applications, as well
as airport signage and facility markers -- moved its Albuquerque
headquarters last week into a larger 2,200 square-foot facility,
stepping up from its thousand-foot-smaller location in the same
"We are very excited that our continued growth requires a larger
facility," said AeroGraphics Design owner John L. Knolla.
The newly remodeled headquarters will feature amenities such as
an expanded sales and reception area, dedicated design studio, and
a larger production area, according to a company release.
"We have added new capabilities and product lines over the last
year, as well as new marketing focuses and these have all resulted
in increased sales," said Knolla. "We simply need more space to
continue to effectively serve our customers."
The company has also arranged hangar space at Albuquerque
International Sunport (ABQ), Double Eagle II Airport (AEG) and
Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF) for installation of the company's
products. AGD will also travel to a client's home airport, if
necessary, to professionally install graphics.
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