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Advantages

Major Defense/Aerospace Assets

In The Region 500 mi.

Components • Jet Engine Fuel Controls: Honeywell, Rocky Mount • Fire Suppression Systems: Kidde Aerospace & Defense, Wilson • Aircraft Composite Structures: Spirit AeroSystems, Kinston (500,000 sf/46,451 m ), Kinston

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• Composite Center of Excellence: Spirit AeroSystems (30,000 sf/2,787 m2), Kinston • Cargo Handling: AAR Cargo/Defense Systems, Goldsboro • Parts and Supplies: Commerce Overseas Corporation, Kinston • Electronic Components: DHI Holdings, Inc., Trenton • Fluid Hoses: EATON Corporation, Middlesex • Information Technologies, Engineering Services and Software Solutions: Spatial Integrated Systems, Inc., Kinston • AS 9100 Machining: Petra & Goldsboro Machining, Goldsboro • Logistics: Kanban, Rocky Mount • Logistics: New Breed, Kinston • Logistics: Longistics, Kinston • Logistics: DB Schenker, Kinston • Numbered Tool Kits: US Foam & Etch, Goldsboro

Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul - MRO • Commercial Fixed Wing MRO: Mountain Air Cargo, Kinston • Military MRO: US Navy Fleet Readiness Center East, MCAS Cherry Point (V/STOL, Rotary Wing, Fixed Wing, UAV’S, and turbine engines, plus Dept of the Navy Vertical Lift Center of Excellence and designated MRO for all USAF, USN and USMC V-22 Tiltrotor aircraft), Havelock • Logistics Support: AAR Defense Systems, Havelock • Mine Resistant Vehicles MRO: Oshkosh, Jacksonville


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Major Defense/Aerospace Assets In The Region 85

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DURHAM

58

Durham

EDGECOMBE

Research Triangle Park

Rocky Mount

40

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Raleigh

64

264

Wilson

42

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Greenville

43

Snow Hill

13

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PA M L I C O JONES

DUPLIN

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New Bern

58

403 Pink Hill

264

17

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LENOIR

Fayetteville

264

Global TransPark Kinston

Mount Olive

264

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Winterville

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Goldsboro

13

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Farmville

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PITT

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WILSON

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JOHNSTON

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WAKE

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Tarboro

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Morehead City Beaufort

Camp Lejeune

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Global TransPark, Kinston, NC 17

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Concentrations of Military Aircraft • • •

Academic Support

Multi-modal business-industrial park, 5,800 acres permitted, • East Carolina University: MBA program, BS in 2,500 owned Computer Science, Logistics, Industrial Technology, Longest commercial runway between Washington, DC and Systems Engineering (Mechanical), Electrical - CY 2012 Atlanta, GA - 11,500 ft/3,505 m, CAT III, CY 2012 • Spirit AeroSystems Composite Center of Excellence Foreign Trade Zone #214 on site • Community College System: Rail spur to Norfolk-Southern system and Port of - Airframe and Power Plant Technicians Morehead City - Nov CY 2011 - Carbon Fiber Composite Components Fabrication 2nd Marine Air Wing - Fixed Wing, MCAS Cherry Point, Havelock - Helicopters & Tiltrotors, MCAS New River, Jacksonville 4th Fighter Wing, USAF - Fixed Wing, Seymour Johnson AFB, Goldsboro MCB Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville - II Marine Expeditionary Force - USMC Special Operations Command - USCG Special Missions Training Center

and Assembly - Advanced Machining (5 axis) - Sheet Metal Fabrication • Early College and Science Engineering Technology and Math – STEM Programs throughout the region • Integrated Curriculum allows transfer of credit from High School to Community College to University

3802 Hwy. 58 North, Kinston, NC - USA 28504 Phone: 800-474-8499 • Fax: 252-523-9017 E-mail: info@nceast.org

www.nceast.org


Advantages

Major Defense/Aerospace Assets

In The State Components • Engines (Commercial Transport): General Electric, Wilmington and Durham

Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul – MRO • Commercial Aircraft (Heavy): DRS Technologies,

• Engines (Helicopter): Turbomeca, Monroe

Elizabeth City

• Engines (Aircraft): Honda Aero Inc., Greensboro

• Commercial Aircraft (Heavy): Timco Linecare, Greensboro

• Engine Components: Timco Aviation Services, Greensboro

• Commercial 737 Maintenance: NS Aviation, Winston-Salem

• Engine Components: Unison Engine Components, Asheville

• Repairs/Remanufacturing Major Aerospace Systems:

• Engine Components/Turbine Blades: PCC - Precision

Goodrich Corp, Monroe

Cast Corp., Sanford

• Commercial M & O: Piedmont Aviation Component

• Aero/Industrial Turbine Services: Liburdi Turbine

Services, Kernersville

Services, Mooresville

• Military MRO: US Coast Guard Aviation Logistics Center:

• Aircraft Parts/Landing Gear Components: Curtis-Wright

Depot Level for Fixed Wing, Rotary Wing, Components and

Controls, Shelby

Turbine Engines, Elizabeth City

• Airframe/Landing Gear Components: Twin Precision Manufacturing, Leland • Specialty Metals: ATI Alvac, Monroe

Concentrations of Military Aircraft • 18th Airborne Corp. (Rotary and Fixed Wing aircraft):

• Motion/Vibration Management Technologies: Lord Corp, Cary

Pope Field, Ft. Bragg, Fayetteville

• Composite Airframe Components: VX Aerospace, Morganton

• U.S. Coast Guard Air Station (Rotary and Fixed Wing

• Tires (Space Shuttle): Michelin, Norwood

Aircraft): Elizabeth City

• Aircraft Seating: B/E Aerospace, Winston-Salem


Advantages

Major Defense/Aerospace Assets In The State Academic Support • NC State University: BA to PhD. programs in multiple engineering disciplines; research core competencies include combustion, structural mechanics and materials, and computational methods • Duke University: Research topics include adaptive 250 mi.

structures, acoustics, aerodynamics, controls, dynamics,

500 mi.

fluid mechanics, heat transfer and thermodynamics • NC A & T University: Advanced Materials and Nano Technology, Center for Advanced Materials and Smart Structures, Center for Composite Material Research • East Carolina University: MBA program, BS in

Computer Science, Logistics, Industrial Technology, Systems Engineering (Mechanical), Electrical - CY 2012 • University of North Carolina: Institute for Defense & Business

North Carolina’s Eastern Region • Regional Economic Development Partnership serving

North Carolina Facts

thirteen counties

• Launch pad for American aviation; Wilbur and Orville

• A unit of local government

Wright First Flight 1903

• Free, Confidential Site Location Services • Revolving loan fund and grants for member counties

• Ranks 9th nationally in total manufacturing jobs and

to assist with infrastructure development

first in the southeast US

• Defense, Aerospace, Advanced Manufacturing and

• Ranks 9th nationally in plastic manufacturing facilities

Logistics Business Clusters

• Polymers Center of Excellence, Charlotte

• Geographic area: 7,000 mi2/17,900 km2

• 10th most populace state in the US, over 9 million

• One million residents

• 4th fastest growing state in the US

• Right to Work State

• 300+ aviation and aerospace companies

• Less than 1.0% Union workforce

• 65,000 aviation and aerospace workers

• Region-wide WorkKeys/Career Readiness

• Four international, 74 publicly owned and 300 privately owned airports in the state • Over 7,000 registered aircraft and 15,000 licensed pilots

Certificate Program • Three commercial airports with service to Atlanta and Charlotte

• 3rd largest concentration of military personnel in the US

3802 Hwy. 58 North, Kinston, NC - USA 28504 Phone: 800-474-8499 • Fax: 252-523-9017 E-mail: info@nceast.org

www.nceast.org


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