MHD-ROCKLAND Acquires License from Collins Aerospace

MHD-ROCKLAND strengthens its portfolio by acquiring exclusive rights to repair, overhaul and manufacture flight control components.

Montreal, QC March 2nd, 2021 – MHD-ROCKLAND, a world-class supplier of fixed-wing aircraft services announces that it has entered into an exclusive licensing agreement with Goodrich Aerospace – a division of Collins Aerospace.

Goodrich Aerospace manufactures flight control actuators and components for Bombardier’s CRJ 100 and 200, as well as for Fokker F28, F70, and F100 regional jet platforms. Under this new agreement, MHD-ROCKLAND will have the exclusive license to repair, overhaul and manufacture flight control actuator assemblies and their components. The new division will be called MHD-ROCKLAND TECH OPS and will operate out of MHD-ROCKLAND’s new facility in Burlington, Ontario.

“The addition of flight control systems to our existing repair and overhaul shop capabilities is a significant step towards diversifying our offerings and growing our presence in the aerospace industry. We hope to continue our mission of providing value to our customers by offering end-to-end solutions and support for a variety of legacy platforms” stated Bryan Dollimore, CEO, MHD-ROCKLAND.

“This long-term agreement will offer customers with continued access to sustainable repairs, logistics, and manufacturing solutions for these CRJ and Fokker medium-capacity regional jets,” said Josh Miller, President, MHD-ROCKLAND. “We look forward to working closely with Collins Aerospace for a smooth transition to ensure current customers and projects are well taken care of”, he added.

With this contract, MHD-ROCKLAND aims to maintain the license for the life of the aircraft. This advances the company’s global growth strategy and diversifies its product offerings and customer mix.


With offices in Canada, the United States, Australia, and New Zealand, MHD-ROCKLAND Inc. is a privately-held aerospace company that has, for 40 years, supplied high-caliber services, training, and support to fixed-wing aircraft for military and civil aircraft operators around the globe, including manufacturer support through OEM’s and other channel partners as well as repair and overhaul within its own facilities. With more than 150,000 square feet of facilities, the company has one of the largest privately-owned P-3 and C-130 inventories in the world. Its Flight Ops Unit located in Keystone Heights, Fla. is home to five P-3 Orions and four L-188 Electras. For further information, visit

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