North Vancouver, BC – November 21, 2022 – Boost Systems, the global leader in fully certified Human External Cargo Systems(HEC), Personnel Carrying Device Systems (PCDS), and related Training Services is pleased to announce the recent sale of a BOOST HEC System to HeliStream, while attending the annual HAI Aerial Work Safety Conference in Boise, Idaho this past week.
“Working with BOOST to equip our fleet with the safest HEC Systems in the industry, was an easy decision,” said Rod Anderson, director of operations at HeliStream. “We are proud that the name HeliStream is synonymous with superior service and safety. Most importantly, we appreciate the many friends and relationships we’ve formed along the way. We have the same values and are proud of the relationship we have built with BOOST.”
Jeff Yarnold, vice president of operations at BOOST explains, “This is the 3rd Boost HEC System that HeliStream will be operating on their Bell Mediums. They are just completing the installation on the first Bell 412EPX to be used in the United States utility industry.”
Boost Systems offers a complete line of TCCA, FAA, CAAC, ANAC, and EASA certified HEC systems for a wide range of helicopter models and fully compliant accessories, including HEC dual hook systems, approved PCDS, and Boost Systems’ Generation II HEC Suspension Lines, which are the most advanced suspension lines available today. Boost Systems also provides world-class training for HEC operations.