Tue, Feb 12, 2008
Millennial Technologies, LLC Named Official Distributor
Cirrus Design announced Monday that Millennial Technologies, LLC
-- an FAA Certified repair station that specializes in the sales
and installation of avionics equipment -- will serve as the
facility for Aero-Acciones, C.A., Cirrus’ Venezuelan sales
center for distribution in the region.
"The outer lying eastern and western regions of Venezuela are
expanding and this creates a need for an efficient means of
transportation within the country," said Cirrus Managing Director
of International Sales, John M. Bingham. "Millennial’s
[Technologies, LLC] industry credibility is a key component in
maximizing the potential of this growing sales market and expanding
the utility of general aviation into the region."
Aero-Acciones, C.A. will be based at Caracas Airport in
Venezuela, with Millennial’s Fort Lauderdale location serving
as the satellite office. However, all product sales and
demonstration flights will continue to be performed at the most
convenient locations for prospective clients.
"As the designated Cirrus Design sales and service provider for
the region, our main goal at Aero-Acciones, C.A. will be to drive
the sales growth and market representation of the Cirrus product
line and inspire the improvement of the Venezuelan general aviation
environment," said Gabriel Maestracci, Vice President of
Aero-Acciones, C.A. and CEO of Millennial Technologies, LLC.
To kick off the introduction of this international sales center,
a two-day Cirrus Venezuela reception will be held at the Caracas
Airport, February 21-22, 2008. Demonstration flights will be
offered and Cirrus sales representatives will be available to meet
and greet potential customers.
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