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NASAO Business Partner ‘Preparing Airfields Today for a Safer Tomorrow’

Last month, Hi-Lite Airfield Services, one of the National Association of State Aviation Officials’ (NASAO) newest business partners, unveiled its new logo at its annual Safety Summit in Watertown, NY.

John S. McNeely, Hi-Lite’s CEO said they are not only excited about their business partnership with NASAO, but also proud of the company’s new logo.

“We expect to use this platform to amplify our message of statewide airfield maintenance solutions,” said McNeely. “Our vision of serving statewide contracts are a result of our customers demanding more for less.  The customers that have utilized the statewide maintenance mechanism have experienced remarkable results.”

The company reports that its bold yet simple font in Hi-Lite’s new logo symbolizes strength, longevity, and continuity. It represents doing more with less to achieve long-term success. The font is italicized because Hi-Lite is constantly moving forward in its quest to help airports reach the highest levels of asset preservation, compliance and safety.

McNeely says their new logo represents their vision – to prepare airfields today for a safer tomorrow.

The font is red, an action color that represents Hi-Lite’s ability to stay inspired, innovative and connected while helping airports around the world meet their critical needs.

The H firmly planted in the Wing is symbolic of the company’s exclusive commitment to the aviation industry to help airports fly forward and stay ahead of the forecasted travel demand that is crippling airports that aren’t prepared for the future today.

Hi-Lite Airfield Services is now providing long-term integrated airside safety solutions to reduce risk and lower cost.  Other recent announcements include the future grand opening of a Southeast Regional Office in Atlanta, Georgia and the implementation of Hi-Lite’s performance based AMS (Airfield Maintenance Services) program at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL).  Throughout 2017, Hi-Lite will be implementing other AMS programs at some of busiest airports in the United States.

About Hi-Lite Airfield Services, LLC

Hi-Lite offers a complete line of airfield maintenance services. Its clients span the globe. Hi-Lite has business units in the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Middle East, and the Caribbean. By offering an entire package of airfield maintenance services, and using the finest materials, equipment and manpower, Hi-Lite has proven time and time again that they provide quality service and an incredible finished product in a timely manner. Whether they send a crew across town or across the world, Hi-Lite’s main objective is to enhance airfield safety, and minimize runway incursions and excursions, making it safer to fly.

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