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Singapore Airshow: Satair and Cobham renew Asia-Pacific distribution agreement

Posted 7 February 2018 · Add Comment

Satair and Cobham Aerospace Communications have renewed their distribution agreement across the Asia-Pacific region, including China and also extending into the Middle East.

The agreement covers a range of aircraft intercommunications equipment including radio management panels, audio control panels, audio management units and related spares.

Satair’s role is to provide a high level service covering inventory from Singapore as well as the management of repair and exchange services.

“We are delighted in the continued trust given to us by Cobham”, said Rene Frandsen, Managing Director and Head of Sales and Support for Satair in Singapore. “We will continue to work hard to deliver world-class support.”

Cobham Aerospace Communications, part of the global Cobham PLC group, is a leading manufacturer of aircraft intercommunications systems on commercial aircraft with a commitment to world-class service and high product reliability.

Stephane Lagarde, Director Customer Support and Services for Cobham Aerospace Services added: “During the last two years, we increased our customer satisfaction thanks to our new customer support organization and partnership, so Cobham Aerospace Communications is pleased to renew this agreement with Satair, who has a strong presence in the Asia/Pacific Middle-East region we look forward to the continuation of our collaboration.”

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