CHEYENNE, WY and SOUSSE, TUNISIA--(Marketwired - Feb 22, 2017) - Aircraft manufacturer PM&E, Inc. (OTC: PMEA) has published a transcript of a recent question and answer session with CEO, Joseph Bourne.
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PM&E, Inc. is an aircraft company with a contracted manufacturing facility located in Sousse, Tunisia. The company is in the process of implementing a modern manufacturing plant in Tunisia and securing a facility for aircraft assembly in Wyoming. The company manufactures their signature line of EVADA Aircraft. Through a strategic partnership, DiNelly EXOGYRO also manufactures their commercial ultra-light gyrocopters at the same facility in Tunisia creating synergies and cost savings for both companies through a shared resources and revenues agreement.
Mr. Bourne, President and CEO of PM&E, Inc. stated, "These Q&A sessions are productive ways to provide updates to investor groups, financial groups and investment publications. We are open to additional Q&A sessions in the future and as they occur, we will either publish the results as we've done here or hopefully in some cases alert the investment community in advance if we're able to conduct one live so that investors can listen in real time. As always, we thank you for your ongoing support."
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