North Carolina: Aerospace Company to Expand in Craven County

Aeronautical Systems to create 30 new jobs in New Bern

Raleigh, NC (STL.News) Aeronautical Systems Incorporated (ASI), a world class provider of engineering, manufacturing and MRO services for military platforms, will create 30 new jobs in Craven County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.  The company will invest $5.6 million to expand its manufacturing footprint in New Bern.

“The decision by Aeronautical Systems to expand in Craven County is good news for eastern North Carolina’s economy,” said Governor Cooper.  “It speaks to our strong workforce, location, resilience and quality of life when businesses continue to invest in our state.”

Since its inception in the late 1980’s, ASI has provided military fleets worldwide with specialized services in system-centric and component repair and overhaul, manufacturing, supply chain management and aeronautical engineering.

“This investment solidifies ASI’s commitment to Craven County’s highly skilled workforce, U.S. military depots, and highly accredited educational communities it offers,” said Felipe Rodriguez, ASI’s Founder and CEO.  “We look forward to further expanding our relationships in New Bern to better serve our customers.”

The North Carolina Department of Commerce led a team of partners in supporting Aeronautical Systems’ decision to expand in North Carolina. 

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