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Mon, Nov 07, 2016

True Blue Power, SA Group Sign International Service Agreement

Maintenance And service Options Expand For True Blue Power Products Worldwide

True Blue Power signed an agreement with Scandinavian Avionics (The SA Group), headquartered in Billund, Denmark, to provide in-country maintenance and service for True Blue Power products, including the company's TS835 lithium-ion emergency power supplies. The SA Group operates service facilities in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Greece, Czech Republic, Latvia, Bahrain, India and Malaysia.

"As the demand for our products continues to grow, offering local or regional service options will dramatically enhance turn times and customer satisfaction," said Rick Slater, Director, True Blue Power.

Operating within an AS9100C certified facility, True Blue Power specializes in the custom design and manufacture of advanced power solutions for the global aerospace industry. Products include, converters, inverters, USB charging ports, emergency power supplies, and advanced lithium-ion batteries. Select products feature proprietary Nanophosphate(r) lithium-ion cell chemistry, which provides unmatched power, energy, safety, and life.

The SA Group provides turnkey avionics solutions including maintenance (MRO), certification, production, design and engineering, installation, product development, training and consultancy services to its customers worldwide. The SA Group is compiled of 12 divisions strategically located in Scandinavia, Southern and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, India, and Asia, with the primary business platforms being large rotorcraft, business and corporate aircraft, regional airlines, and defense electronics.

(Image provided with TrueBlue Power news release)



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