|会社名||AAR Corp （AAR CORP）|
|概要||エー･エー･アール(AAR CORP.)は商用航空と政府･防衛市場向けに製品･サービスを提供する企業である。同社2つの事業セグメントで運営する。航空サービス事業セグメントはサプライチェーンとメンテナンス・修理・オーバーホール（MRO）活動を含む。遠征サービス事業はエアリフトやモビリティ活動を含む。同社のサービスと製品には航空サプライチェーンと部品サポートプログラム、航空機・着陸装置のMRO、専門パレット、シェルターとコンテナの設計・製造、遠征空輸サービス、航空機の改造、ならびに航空機とエンジンの販売・リースを含む。同社は世界中の商用、防衛、政府の航空機運航事業者、相手方ブランド製造業者メーカー、独立系サービスプロバイダーにサービスを提供する。着陸装置のオーバーホール施設は、フロリダ州マイアミに位置し、各種類の民間航空機と軍用航空機用の着陸装置、ブレーキ、アクチュエータの修理とオーバーホールを行う。 AARは米国の航空機関連サ―ビス企業。民間航空会社や政府防衛・軍事機関を対象に、旅客機の機器や着陸装置などの保守、修理、オ―バ―ホ―ル、交換などのサ―ビスを提供する。また、軍事用シェルタ―、指揮・統制システム、コ―ルドチェ―ン・コンテナなどの販売に従事する。本社はイリノイ州ウッドデ―ル。 AAR Corp. engages in the provision of products and services to commercial aviation and government and defense industries. It operates through the following segments: Aviation Services and Expeditionary Services. The Aviation Services segment consists of aftermarket support and services businesses that provide spares and maintenance support for aircraft operated by commercial and government/defense customers. The Expeditionary Services segment involves in delivery of airlift services; and design and manufacture of pallets, shelters, and containers used to support the military's requirements for a mobile and agile force. The company was founded by Ira A. Eichner in 1951 and is headquartered in Wood Dale, IL.|
|本社所在地||One AAR Place 1100 N. Wood Dale Road Wood Dale IL 60191 USA|
|代表者氏名||John M. Holmes|
|代表者役職名||President Chief Executive Officer Chief Operating Officer Director|
|決算概要||BRIEF: For the nine months ended 28 February 2019 AAR Corp. revenues increased 17% to $1.49B. Net income applicable to common stockholders excluding extraordinary items increased 17% to $49.8M. Revenues reflect Aviation Services segment increase of 17% to $1.4B Expeditionary Services segment increase of 9% to $90.5M. Net income also reflects Interest income increase from $100K to $800K (income) Other expense decrease of 60% to $200K (expense).|
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