China needs airline pilots!.
What do you think this portends for the aviation market in China?
If China is willing to pay pilots 300k/yr to fly for Chinese based airlines, it's because of the demand in China for air travel is (unbeknownst to the average investor) growing. We've all heard about cuts to Boeing contracts abroad for new planes and that truly is a sad prospect for a great American company and A SHAME!!! for the Senate that will not support the EX-IM banking process, HOWEVER, TPAC is not limited by the Senate. Major players like Boeing , Airbus, Embraer, and others are VERY WELL AWARE of the huge air travel market in China. TPAC is a Chinese based American company (a lucrative player in today's supplier market of aircraft parts in which China is becoming a major force) that is sitting on a Global demand, production based need. In other words, you could be a parts manufacturer and have the parts the supplier or production company needs, or you could be a third party supplier of aircraft parts , but unless you're tied in to the Asian market as a player and a reliable and capable deliverer of parts, YOU ARE NOWHERE. TPAC has positioned itself perfectly as one of THE players not just in the China market (as huge as that is), but on the world stage as a major contender. No, TPAC is not a Timken yet. But we will be. The only limiting factor is focus.