Millennium International Avionics expands and moves headquarters to larger facility

posted on 27th April 2022 by Eddie Saunders
Millennium International Avionics expands and moves headquarters to larger facility

Millennium International Avionics has moved its main headquarters to a larger facility to accommodate their growing customer base along with new value-added repairs including CRT to LCD Conversions and Engineering solutions for Obsolete LCD products for cockpit use.

Millennium International Avionics is trusted by corporate operators, end uses, airlines, avionic and airframe OEMs around the world.

The new building, still centrally located in Lee’s Summit, Missouri is a 14,000 square foot state of the art facility, updated with anti-static floors, humidity and environmentally controlled with UV and HEPA filtration, and Class 100 Clean Room providing the highest quality surroundings for the specialized equipment they repair.

This is in addition to over 10,000 Square feet of warehouse space retained following the transition to the new facility.

“We have had many interfacility expansions over the years and simply outgrew our existing space” said Claude Peoples, Sr. Vice President, Millennium International Avionics.

“We are excited to continue to deliver innovative and stellar service to our customers, while having the ability to bring on additional projects, staff, and great work place environment improvements benefiting both the customers and our staff.”

Millennium was in their previous location for over 20 years and is currently celebrating 24 years of innovative avionics support worldwide to over 1500 customers, including midsized turbine to commercial air transport and military.

Millennium has been awarded the Boeing Gold Supplier for nine consecutive years, while also receiving several engineering innovation awards for ongoing support in LCD interface solutions.