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Oxley appoints JAC

Posted 12 April 2017 · Add Comment

Oxley Group has appointed Japan Aerospace Corporation (JAC) as its representative in Japan.

JAC will represent Oxley across the lighting & systems product portfolio including LED lighting for aircraft, NVIS aircraft upgrades, land vehicle and naval lighting solutions.

JAC is a well-established supplier of aircraft systems.  Based in Tokyo, the company was incorporated in 2004, while its business origins began in 1952 in the general aviation market; the business has now evolved to encompass defence and aerospace systems. Customers include Japan Ministry of Defence (JMOD), Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd (MHI) and Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd (KHI).

JAC has an impressive record in supplying a wide range of hi-tech products to the aerospace and military sectors and the addition of the Oxley lighting range will complement their existing portfolio and will offer Oxley customers access to in-country expertise and support.

Martin Blakstad (right), Group CEO, said: "We’re delighted to sign this agreement with JAC, Japan is a key growing market for Oxley.

"We have already started to supply lighting solutions for the JMOD fleet and we look forward to developing deeper customer relationships through our link with JAC."
 

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