Record Turnout for 7th annual LEKTRO U. S. Maintenance Symposium
Warrenton, Oregon — The 7th annual LEKTRO Maintenance Symposium was held May 8 – 10, 2007 in Warrenton, Oregon. LEKTRO owners from around the nation are invited to the Maintenance Symposiums to learn about electric SCR theory, troubleshooting, and mechanical systems, as well as preventive and routine maintenance procedures. LEKTRO’s Maintenance Symposiums are free of charge and have been held annually at the factory since 2000. Customized on-site training sessions are also available to LEKTRO customers and have been held for Mesa, Mesaba, Delta and United Airlines as well as for the Canadian Air Force. Some customers have sent representatives to more than one session.
The most recent U. S. session drew LEKTRO owners to Oregon from as far away as New York and Florida. Representatives from private industry, FBO’s and carriers attended, including Gulfstream, General Dynamic Aviation Services, Atlantic Aviation and Delta, United and Horizon Airlines. LEKTRO president, Eric Paulson, said, “It was a pleasure to invite these LEKTRO owners to our factory. We take pride in our product and enjoy helping our customers get the most efficient and steadfast functionality from their equipment.”
LEKTRO, Inc of Warrenton, Oregon has been making electric vehicles for a variety of applications since 1945. The company manufactured the world’s first towbarless aircraft tug, called the Airporter, and today is the world’s leading manufacturer of towbarless aircraft towing vehicles.