Auburn, Calif., December 6, 2011
Each holiday season, TGH Aviation counts its blessings for another successful year in the aircraft instrument repair industry, looking for ways to pay that success forward. TGH strongly advocates and supports local community and economic efforts, donating time and funding to the Auburn Chamber of Commerce, the Auburn Airport Business Park Association, The Navy League, and local causes.
“We believe that every successful American person or company should share a portion of their success to help grow and support their local economy, and benefit those who are less fortunate,” says Hilary Coury, Airport Shop Sales Associate for TGH.
Every week, TGH employees contribute to the company’s annual charity fund. At the end of the year, TGH matches all proceeds, and donates 100% of the funds to local charities. 2011 will benefit the local Boys and Girls Club, and the Grass Valley Marine Corps Toys for Tots.
TGH has been the #1 sponsor and contributor to the local Toys for Tots campaign for several years running. “TGH specifically elects the Marine Corps because much of our annual revenue comes from supplying products and services to the United States military in their efforts to keep our freedom preserved,” says Rick Wallin, Airport Shop Sales Associate for TGH.
TGH is expanding its charitable outreach with a 2011 Charity Raffle. The TGH Airport Shop, with the help of the community,has orchestrated over $3,000 in raffle prizes from over 30 local businesses, raising over $1,100 thus far for Toys for Tots. The raffle drawing will take place Friday, December 16 at the Airport Shop at 13615 New Airport Drive in Auburn, CA. Toy drop offs are available at this location, and when you purchase your toy donation from the Airport Shop, you’ll take advantage of a 15% discount. To get involved, visit our website at www.tghaviation.comor call 1-800-624-0660.
TGH continues to evolve as one of the most trusted and respected Part 145 Repair Stations in the industry. Today, the company offers nearly 20,000 service capabilities, including the repair of primary flight instruments, avionics, aural warning systems, fuel flow transmitters, and their related indicators and refueling sensors. Visit www.tghaviation.comfor more information.
Allyson Finn, Marketing & GSA Manager
TGH Aviation’s Established Roots Inspire New Growth
Auburn, Calif., September 19, 2011
|Seeded in 1957 as The Gyro House, TGH Aviation continues to sprout new growth from its deep roots
in aircraft component support, proudly announcing new repair capabilities, and new managers.
“TGH embraces change, knowing that growth, success, and sustainability result from the ability to
adapt and evolve,” says Allyson Finn, newly appointed Marketing and GSA Manager.
TGH is budding with new leadership. Recognizing the hard work of a few seasoned employees,
TGH executives promoted new managers. Newly appointed Sales Manager, Aaron Judd, confirms his
Aaron Judd (left) new Sales Manager pictured with Allyson Finn (right) new Marketing & GSA Manager
|readiness to assume his new role, "TGH Aviation represents something far greater to it's customers than mere aircraft instrument repair- it has come to define and signify a 54 year legacy of trusted flight systems support. I look forward to being an integral part of the company’s continued growth and future success." Joining Aaron at the leadership level are Ariana Judd, Accounting Manager, and Joseph Subia, Purchasing/Inventory Controller. TGH is harvesting its collective knowledge, talents, and expertise, kindling flight systems support for future generations.
| In addition to exciting new management, TGH recently sought and received approval from Senior
Aerospace/Ketema to service their entire line of fuel system components. An increasing demand for
GPS enabled equipment inspired TGH to also incorporate functional testing, evaluation, and repair for
Garmin’s 430/530 GPS/Nav/Comm units. Typically, a flat rate fee is required when dealing directly with the
OEM for these panel-mounted units. TGH tackled the opportunity to resolve simple fixes more
cost-effectively, with the purchase of innovative test equipment. Similar strategies were utilized when
TGH recently established repair services for the KRA10A/KRA405B radar altimeters, and TDR90
TGH continues to blossom as one of the most trusted and respected Part 145 Repair Stations in
the industry. Today, the company offers nearly 20,000 service capabilities, including the repair of primary
flight instruments, avionics, aural warning systems, fuel flow transmitters, and their related indicators and
refueling sensors. Visit www.tghaviation.com for more information.
3 Significant Federal Contracts Awarded to TGH Aviation
Auburn, Calif., February 23, 2011
Granted by the Department of Defense after Rigorous Procurement Process
AUBURN, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TGH Aviation, one of the world's leading providers of aircraft flight systems support, is proud to announce the award of three contracts by the United States Department of Defense for aviation equipment repair services.
Valued at $1.5 million, the three contracts awarded to TGH include the repair of Fuel Quantity Indicators on the CH-47 Helicopter for the US Army, the repair of Altitude Computers on the Northrop T-38 and F-5 for the US Air Force, and the repair of temperature indicators for the US Navy.
“"We are pleased that the Department of Defense has the utmost confidence in TGH’s knowledge and expertise to partner with us in this extended effort," said Richard T. Anderson, CEO of TGH Aviation.
Steve Williams, TGH’s Vice-president of Sales and Marketing notes, "Securing contracts of this scope further establishes TGH as a key service provider within the U.S. region. It also reinforces the company’s strategic focus of increasing its commercial market share, because we can surpass even the most stringent Department of Defense guidelines. We use that same expertise and level of service on every component we support.” With over 50 years of industry leading flight systems support, the company exudes confidence in its ability to provide best-in-class repair, overhaul, and new products for a wide range of aviation needs. In addition to servicing military aircraft, TGH provides a broad spectrum of support for general, corporate, rotorcraft, and commercial aircraft. Moreover, TGH maintains a rigorous Quality Control program, employing a full-time Quality Control Manager, to meet and exceed industry standards for technical excellence.
When you depend on TGHAviationfor flight systems support, you can take to the sky in confidence™.
TGH Aviation provides key services for the troops in the U.S.Military
Auburn, Calif., November 22, 2010
The dynamic team at TGH Aviation, a leading provider of aircraft instruments, fuel systems and avionics support, continues to create solutions that offer customers performance and safety enhancements. TGH aviation has been awarded an elite Government Services Administration (GSA) contract. The GSA is the primary product and service catalog for all United States Federal Government and local government agencies.
Within this contract, TGH has been awarded a sub contract from Naval Air Systems Command. The $6 million contract will enhance the safety of our pilots in the Marine Corps and Army, through the supply of Garmin’s portable aviation GPSMAP 696 modified for night vision goggle compatibility. TGH has formed a partnership with Garmin and AeroDynamix Inc, to become the only GSA approved vendor for portable aviation GPS in the nation.
Securing this contract with NAVAIR was not a simple feat, and the typical procurement process for an order of this magnitude takes about two tedious years. Allyson Finn, Sales & Marketing Admin/GSA Project Manager for TGH aviation spearheaded this contract. Through her determination, and the complete team collaboration of TGH, this project came to fruition in an unbelievable 6 months.
“I am blessed with a great team at TGH that is incredibly dedicated to meeting our customers' needs. We know the importance of what our troops are doing everyday, and it is an honor to be able to provide them with products to keep them safe in their daily efforts," states Finn.
Finn and staff went far beyond the call of duty, to streamline the standard 2-year process. Through strategic partnerships, effective documentation, and careful planning, the talent, expertise, and hard work of TGH employees met the Military’s needs ahead of schedule, and the Garmin GPSMAP 696 is currently aiding our soldiers today.
TGH Aviation President, Richard T. Anderson, comments: “We are tremendously pleased with the success that we have experienced this month. These contracts are the result of many long months of hard work by TGH staff members. The benefits are many in terms of long term financial stability for the company, enhanced job security for TGH employees and new employment opportunities.”
TGH is a veteran owned company headquartered in the Sierra Nevada Foothills of Northern California.
TGH Aviation Awarded Military Contract
Due to Precision and Innovation
Published: Tuesday, 19 Oct 2010
AUBURN, Calif., Oct 19, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- TGH Aviation has been awarded a 5 year, federal contract by the U.S. Air force for the purpose of overhauling all Fuel Flow Transmitters (8TJ61GAB1) in the T-38 Supersonic jet trainers' trainer planes. TGH Aviation is recognized as one of the world's leading aircraft Fuel Flow Transmitter repair facilities.
TGH operates four full-time Fuel Flow Transmitter calibration laboratories. All tools and test equipment utilized by TGH, for the "Return to Service" of Fuel Flow Transmitters, are calibrated, certified and traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). TGH uses only quality parts that are OEM or FAA Approved in the completion of repair work on Fuel Flow Transmitters.
In addition to securing this multi-million dollar contract, TGH is playing an increasingly important role as an innovative company whose expertise is sought out by worldwide airspace users. This is largely due to the capability, innovative design, and technical expertise of Richard T. Anderson, President of TGH Aviation and his staff of highly trained engineers and technicians.
Under Anderson's leadership, the team at TGH recently developed fuel flow transmitter overhaul procedures, at the request of the U.S. Air Force, that increased the overall Mean Time Between Failures of the units by over 200%. This acute ability to analyze, synthesize, and implement a precise process has led TGH to be a qualified distributor and repair station for Department of Defense. |
TGH has a well known reputation for their precision and innovation within the aviation industry. In addition to military aircraft repair, TGH also overalls fuel flow transmitters for high performance general aviation aircraft, corporate/commuter aircraft and large commercial aircraft.
More information at: www.tghaviation.com SOURCE: TGH Aviation CONTACT: TGH Aviation Steve Williams, 916-371-8000 Copyright Business Wire 2010 -0- KEYWORD: United States
October 29, 2008
TGH Aviation Announces Contract as the Exclusive National Distributor of Aviation Tachometers for Superior Labs, Inc.
Auburn, California – TGH Aviation (formerly The Gyro House) has signed an exclusive contract to distribute aviation tachometers manufactured by Superior Labs, Inc. (SLI) of Hot Springs, Arkansas.
For three decades, SLI has been an industry leader in manufacturing of mechanical tachometers. SLI tachometers are preconfigured for a number of aircraft applications including Cessna, Piper, Mooney, Diamond, Beech, and American Champion and can also be customized for any aircraft application.
TGH Aviation examined and tested a variety of tachometers from major manufacturers. Among the test group were Superior Labs, Inc. mechanical tachometers which were widely approved among aircraft manufacturers as after-market tachometers. Upon extensive testing in TGH labs, we found many outstanding qualities in SLI’s tachometers that put them above and beyond all of the competition. The test results led to TGH signing an exclusive contract for distribution of SLI tachometers.
TGH Aviation has evolved over 50 years into one of the most respected FAA-approved (Part 145) instrument repair facilities in the world. TGH has grown and prospered due to our consistency in meeting and exceeding customer expectations.
Our new contract with SLI, Inc enables TGH to continue to offer only the finest aircraft instruments on the market. Our distribution agreement with SLI also expands our product line and strengthens the foundation of customer confidence in our instruments.
When time is money, you can count on the accuracy of SLI tachometers.
For more information, visit http://www.tghaviation.com/or call (530)-823-6204.
August 2, 2008:
TGH Aviation, a leader in aircraft instrument repair, new aircraft instruments and avionics will be this year’s show sponsor for the Thunder in the Sky Air Show. The air show will be held on August 2, 2008 at the Auburn Municipal Airport in sunny Auburn, California. Tickets are available at the TGH Aviation Airport Shop located at the Auburn Airport . For more information please call (530) 885-4700.
March 18, 2008:
Army Awards TGH Aviation Contract Extension
TGH Aviation, located at the Auburn Airport, received notice this week that the United States Army would be modifying and adding to their previously awarded contract which required the company to overhaul gyroscopes for the Army’s Black Hawk helicopter.
TGH has been providing overhaul services for model CN-1314 gyroscopes for the Army under a sub-contract issued by ARINC Engineering Services of Dayton, Ohio. ARINC performs contract management and logistical support under their standing Rapid Response contract with the Army.
This past September TGH was tasked, by the Army, with accomplishing the overhaul of 300 gyroscopes to be delivered at a rate of 20-units per month over a 15-month period. The Army has notified TGH that the number of gyroscopes would now be increased to 500 units and delivery would be accelerated to 40 units per month. Additionally the Army has added 200 units of a second type of gyroscope to the contract. The contract now includes model CN-811 type gyroscopes which are utilized on the Army’s CH47 Chinook helicopter, increasing the repair effort to a total number of 700 gyroscopes and raising the value of the contract over two million dollars.
TGH President Richard T. Anderson stated the following, “The award of this contract extension is an affirmation by the Army of the extraordinary service and quality of workmanship provided by the employees of TGH. We are fortunate to have such a dedicated staff.” Anderson went on to say that this award would create additional employment opportunities for Auburn residents.
November 26, 2007:
The Gyro House (TGH Aviation) Awarded Contract to Overhaul Fuel Flow Transmitters for U.S. Navy
AUBURN, Calif. – The Gyro House (TGH Aviation), a provider of gyroscopes, navigational flight instruments, engine monitoring instruments and aviation GPS systems, has announced the award of a contract with the United States Navy. The contract calls for TGH to provide overhaul services on a quantity of Fuel Flow Transmitters that are utilized on the Navy’s P3 Orion aircraft.
Fuel flow transmitters monitor the rate of fuel consumption by the individual aircraft engines and provide the aircraft’s pilot with critical information concerning the operation of the aircraft.
“The award of this contract is especially welcome,” said TGH Aviation’s President, Richard T. Anderson, “as the firm was required to undergo an extensive pre-award qualification inspection by the Navy.” Qualification Inspections are conducted by Department of Defense personnel prior to major contract awards in order to confirm that a successful bidder meets the military’s stringent quality requirements and that the firm is capable of performing the work that is contracted for.
For more information, visit http://www.tghaviation.com/or call (530)-823-6204.
August 29, 2007:
TGH and ARINC hold planning meeting for Army repair contract
Pictured from left to right:Emery Oxley-TGH Chairman, Karen Paulsen-ARINC Analyst, George Quirk-TGH Technical Operations Mgr., Richard T. Anderson-TGH President, Gary Meier-ARINC Program Mgr., Carol Kalaveras-TGH Contracts Administrator, Ann Anderson-TGH Repair Dept. Mgr., Steve Williams-TGH Sales/Marketing Mgr.
Representatives of ARINC Engineering Services and TGH Aviation Support Services met at TGH’s headquarters in Auburn, CA. on August 29, 2007 to discuss plans for the overhaul of Vertical Displacement Gyroscopes used on the United States Army’s Blackhawk helicopter. TGH will be providing overhaul services for model CN-1314 gyroscopes for the Army under a sub-contract issued by ARINC Engineering Services of Dayton, Ohio. ARINC will be managing the repair effort and providing logistical support under their standing Rapid Response contract with the Army.
TGH has been tasked with accomplishing the overhaul of 300 gyroscopes from ARINC to be delivered at a rate of 20-units per month over a 15-month period. ARINC representatives Mr. Gary Meier, Program Manager and Mrs. Karen Paulsen, Analyst, met with the TGH staff to define the contractual statement of work and to ensure that all logistical concerns were addressed prior to the start of the effort. At the conclusion of the meeting, both sides were satisfied that all necessary plans and equipment were in place and in order to properly support the military’s critical operational requirements.
July 9, 2007:
TGH Aviation Awarded NAMSA Repair Contract
TGH Aviation, formerly The Gyro House, is pleased to announce that the company has been awarded a multi-year contract with NAMSA for the repair of multiple instrument types used on the C-130 aircraft and P3 Orion aircraft. NAMSA is the purchasing office of NATO. TGH will be providing repair and overhaul services for over thirty different instrument types including fuel quantity indicators, displacement gyroscopes, temperature indicators, tachometers, rate gyroscopes, fuel flow indicators, torque meters, frequency meters and pressure indicators. The term of the contract begins in July 2007 and extends to June 2010.
July 1, 2007:
TGH awarded Government Services Administration Contract
AEA member, The Gyro House dba TGH Aviation Support Services is pleased to announce that the company has been awarded a Government Services Administration (GSA) contract for the following items:
602-41 – Navigational and Flight Instruments
602-42 – Automatic Pilot Mechanisms & Airborne Gyro Components
602-43 – Aviation Engine Instruments
602-4000 – Aircraft Components, Maintenance, Repair Services, Extended Warranties & Maintenance Agreements
TGH Aviation has the distinction of being the first company ever to have been awarded a GSA contract under these categories.
TGH Aviation’s Marketing Manager, Steve Williams, is quoted as saying, “This contract allows TGH to market products and services directly to tens of thousands of Government purchasing agents world-wide via the U.S. Government’s GSA Advantage web catalog. This is a real boom for TGH and we expect to increase sales of new products and repair services substantially over the next year. Thank you to all of our OEM suppliers for assisting us in this endeavor.”