SACKETS HARBOR, NY – Hi-Lite Airfield Services announced today that with Village of Sackets Harbor board approval it will build its new Global Headquarters in Sackets Harbor. The $5.4 million project has been incentivized by a $600,000 grant from New York State's Empire State Development, and will bring an additional 40 jobs to New York State, building from the 92 currently employed in New York by Hi-Lite.
We are very excited to share our new logo with the airport community. Hi-Lite's new logo symbolizes strength, longevity, and continuity. It represents doing more with less to achieve long-term success. This is a common theme you will see at all of our exhibitions.
How can a company stay up to date on changes in our industry? Hi-Lite Airfield Services attends conferences throughout the year to connect and share experiences with airport professionals worldwide. The events we participate also serve as an opportunity to reach current and future customers; here are the conferences we are attending for the remaining of 2016 and why we believe they play an important role in our future.
Hi-Lite joined the impressive line up of exhibitors and industry specialist at the 2015 Airports Conference of the Americas in San Juan, Puerto Rico. According to AAAE, the conference serves as a platform to exchange information on the "challenges associated with managing international airports in today's fast-moving environment".
On September 23rd, 2014, Hi-Lite, the premier airfield maintenance contractor in the world, celebrated their 25th anniversary. A luncheon was held in one of the new hangers at the Watertown International Airport to recognize Hi-Lite's 25 years in business, as well as their important role in economic development and job creation in a globalized economy.
Hi-Lite Airfield Services, LLC, the world's leading airfield maintenance services contractor, recently launched a totally redesigned website www.hi-lite.com. The new site is more user-friendly, visually appealing and it includes some new sections such as Featured Projects and the O.S.A. Maintenance Program.