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Satair and Honeywell sign global distribution agreement

Posted 28 January 2021 · Add Comment

Satair and Honeywell Aerospace have signed a multi-year commercial agreement covering the exclusive worldwide distribution for mechanical and air thermal components for use on Airbus A320, A330, A340, and A380 aircraft. Additionally, the distribution agreement covers the A350 platform on a non-exclusive basis.

 

This new agreement expands upon a long-standing and successful business relationship between the two companies in the business jet market, and represents Satair’s and Honeywell’s first joint advancement into the global commercial aviation aftermarket.

 

Bart Reijnen, chief executive officer, Satair said: “We are very pleased to develop our partnership with Honeywell Aerospace and build our commercial aviation aftermarket support. With this new program, we enhance our commitment toward continuous customer satisfaction through the fulfillment of on-time delivery for Airbus operators and maintenance providers worldwide. “

 

Honeywell's range of electronic and electro-pneumatic systems for air and thermal management deliver highly reliable and efficient operations with lower total costs of ownership for aircraft operators. These lightweight systems monitor and control cabin temperature and airflow in the cockpit, passenger, and cargo areas and provide cooling for avionics. They also manage the aircraft's engine bleed air systems and pneumatic de-icing systems.

 

Anthony Florian, vice president, EMEAI, Honeywell Aerospace, “Honeywell’s appointment of Satair is an expansion of our existing strong relationship. We already have two other agreements with Satair - a distributor agreement for the ADSB-Out Upgrade Pilot Program, and a non-exclusive worldwide distributor agreement for Honeywell’s JetWave satellite communications products. This partnership will serve to further strengthen our relationship.”

 

Matt Jessee, head of business development, global distribution, Satair adds: “With this new agreement, we are scaling our business to meet increasing global demands. We are enthusiastic about the future and our fruitful partnership with Honeywell Aerospace.”

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