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California Power Systems Acquired by Irwin International, Moved to Corona

Jim Irwin and Mike Stratman
Irwin International’s Jim Irwin, left, and Mike Stratman of California Power Systems, following Irwin’s acquisition of CPS.

Irwin International Inc., owner of Aircraft Spruce & Specialty, has acquired Rotax engine dealer and service center California Power Systems and relocated CPS operations from San Leandro to Corona, California. Irwin International Inc., which also owns Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co., will operate Aircraft Spruce and CPS as separate divisions in the same 62,000-square-foot warehouse in Corona.

CPS was founded in 1981 by Mike Stratman and has been the western U.S. regional Rotax Service Center for many years, offering Rotax engines, parts, and other ultralight and light-sport products to aviators around the world. In addition to engine and parts sales from the Corona facility, CPS will also maintain a maintenance shop for Rotax engine repairs and overhauls.

The sale occurred on November 4, 2011. For more information contact California Power Systems at 800-AIRWOLF or visit the website.


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