Erickson to Continue Providing Helicopter Air Cargo Transport Over Amazon
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 10, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Erickson Incorporated (NASDAQ:EAC), a leading global provider of aviation services, is pleased to announce a two-year service contract extension between Repsol Exploracion Peru, Sucursal Del Peru and Ecocopter Peru S.A. for air cargo transportation by helicopter.
The two-year agreement beginning January 1, 2016, calls for Erickson to provide one S-64 Aircrane and related support for year-round use. Erickson will be moving oil and gas exploratory equipment over the Amazon region of Peru in support of Repsol’s upstream exploration efforts in the southern Province of Cusco.
“Erickson is committed to operations in South America though projects like this one. We are proud to be working with Repsol on this project in Peru and look forward to continuing our support with the S-64 heavy-lift air crane,” said President and CEO, Jeff Roberts.
Erickson has been contracted with Repsol Exploracion since Oct 19, 2011. Ecocopter Peru S.A. is Erickson’s Air Operating Certificate (AOC) partner in Peru.
Erickson is a leading global provider of aviation services and operates, maintains and manufactures utility aircraft to safely transport and place people and cargo around the world. The Company is self-reliant, multifaceted and operates in remote locations under challenging conditions specializing in Government Services, Manufacturing and MRO, and Commercial Services (comprised of firefighting, HVAC, power line, construction, timber harvesting, oil and gas and specialty lift). With roots dating back to 1960, Erickson operates a fleet of approximately 75 aircraft, is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, USA, and operates in North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, and Australia. For more information, please visit our new website at www.ericksonaviation.com.
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