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Aeromax Industries is Founded
Aeromax Industries Founded

1986 - March, Aeromax Industries Inc. was established to represent various United States aircraft parts manufacturing companies for international sales and marketing.

Aeromax Expanded Operations
Aeromax Expanded Operations

1990 - January, Aeromax expanded its operations to included brokering of parts to foreign overhaul facilities and government procurement agencies.

Begins manufacturing Northrop Grumman F5 parts & GE J85 engine parts
Northrop Grumman F5

1994 - January, Aeromax started to manufacture Northrop Grumman F5 parts and GE J85 engine parts and became one of the major suppliers of F5 parts.  We sell these parts to the United States Government, Foreign Governments, Domestic and Foreign Brokers, and Repair and Overhaul facilities.  We are approved to

Thomas Brizes Acquires Aeromax
Thomas Brizes Acquires Aeromax

2014– Thomas Brizes acquired Aeromax Industries Inc. With over 10 years of working on raw material engineering, specifically titanium, nickel, and high strength steels, Thomas incorporates his vast experience in assisting Aeromax customers in maintaining and upgrading their fleets.  

Aeromax Executes Strategic Supplier Agreement with OGMA

2015 - January, Aeromax signed a Strategic Supplier Agreement with OGMA Industria Aeronautica de Portugal S.A to supply C130 aircraft parts.    

Aeromax became an approved supplier of AIROD

2017 – July, Aeromax became an approved supplier of AIROD, a multi-faceted Aerospace MRO located in Malaysia. As a supplier, Aeromax started supporting AIROD’s Lockheed C130 program, Allison T56 Engine Program, and various other Aircraft/Engine Programs.

Aeromax Aquires Pacific Aerodyne
Pacific Aerodyne

2018 – January, Aeromax acquired Pacific Aerodyne, Aeromax’s leading F5 parts manufacturing supplier, Pacific Aerodyne was in business for over 32 years, and was DLA approved. Through this business decision, Aeromax has expanded its international reach to the Australian Army, Navy and Air Force; has become an approved U.S Government

Aeromax Industries moves to Fort Worth, Texas
Aeromax Industries moves to Fort Worth, Texas

2019 - September, Aeromax Industries moved to Fort Worth, Texas where the company leased a 12,000 square foot facility in the Aledo Industrial Park in Tarrant County off I-20 and relocated all operations, including management, shipping, and receiving, engineering, marketing, and administration.

Aeromax signs Long Term Agreement with Brazilian Airforce
Aeromax signs Long Term Agreement with Brazilian Airforce

2019 – Aeromax signs a five-year Long-Term Agreement with Brazilian Air Force to fulfill their spare parts needs on Northrop Grumman F5, Lockheed P3, Embraer T27, and Sikorsky UH60.

Aeromax To Build New Warehouse
Builds New warehouse

2021 – To accommodate its growth, Aeromax is building a new warehouse, to be completed mid-2021. The new space will double Aeromax’ s inventory footprint.