Rotorcorp president appointed to U.S. trade policy advisory committee

Rotorcorp LLC  has announced the official appointment of company president Sean T. Casey to the Industry Trade Advisory Committee (ITAC) for Aerospace Equipment. ITACs are a unique public-private partnership jointly managed by the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Office of United States Trade Representative (USTR) that engages business leaders in formulating U.S. trade policy. In his role on the Committee, Casey will represent the viewpoints of Rotorcorp and the U.S. helicopter and helicopter parts services industry.

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Rotorcorp president Sean Casey will serve on the ITAC for the duration of the committee's four-year charter term, which ends in 2022. Rotorcorp Photo
Rotorcorp president Sean Casey will serve on the ITAC for the duration of the committee’s four-year charter term, which ends in 2022. Rotorcorp Photo

Rotorcorp is an emerging growth-oriented aerospace parts provider and is an authorized service center for California-based Robinson Helicopter Company. Since 1979, Robinson has delivered over 12,000 U.S.-made helicopters and the company is considered to be the largest helicopter manufacturer in the world. Rotorcorp has a significant export footprint and serves over 1,000 customers in 45 countries. In recent years, Rotorcorp has come to be trusted and recognized not only for its helicopter parts expertise, but also its unique international trade and export capabilities.

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“As a growing company, our continued success is pinned directly to our ability to freely sell into global markets,” said Casey. “These advisory committees reflect the interests of today’s U.S. economy and vision for the future. We are excited to share our perspective, provide input and positively shape outcomes at the national policy level.”

Casey’s appointment to serve on the ITAC is for the duration of the committee’s four-year charter term, which will terminate in 2022.

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