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Honeywell signs deal with PAG
Precision Aviation Group, Inc. (PAG), a provider of products and value-added services to the worldwide aerospace and defence industry, has announced the signing of a dealership agreement with Honeywell Aerospace which allows PAG to sell, exchange and provide MRO services on Honeywell avionics products including Aspire (satcom) and SkyConnect.
“The agreement with Honeywell demonstrates our continuing commitment and dedication to meeting our customers’ needs by expanding the products and services we offer,” said Ketan Desai, vice president of sales and marketing for PAG. “Expanding our product offering to include Honeywell’s Aspire 200 satcom and SkyConnect is a natural extension of the products and services we currently provide through all 8 of our worldwide locations,” Desai added.
“Our relationship with Honeywell is a valuable one not only to us but all the customers we support worldwide,” said David Mast, President and CEO of PAG. “Our two companies have had a long-standing and successful service agreement in North America. With this latest announcement operators PAG supports will be able to benefit from ‘just-in-time’, local support for a wider range of products and services including Honeywell avionics products.”
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