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Dedienne ground support equipment now available across Africa through the Satair network

Posted 3 February 2016 · Add Comment

Satair is to market and distribute the ground support equipment from Dedienne Aerospace across the whole of Africa .

The Airbus subsidiary signed an exclusive agreement with Dedienne at the MRO Middle East event in Dubai today.
Satair will also be promoting and selling the Dedienne equipment across the Middle East and southern Central Asia as part of the five-year deal signed at the show.
Zaher Elsahili, Dedienne’s Dubai-based general manager said: “Our commitment to our customers is to deliver high-quality products, as well as premium service and high reactivity. With a strong partner in Satair Group we ensure that our GSE tooling will benefit from excellent marketing, commercial strategies with proven solutions such as full service distribution and integrated purchasing program. Customers will be the first to benefit from a partnership that we are very pleased to start and we believe that it will be a great success.”

DONE DEAL: Dedienne’s Zaher Elsahili (left) and Satair’s managing director Terry Stone sign at tod
 

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