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Fri, Apr 29, 2011

Becker Avionics Secures Japanese Dealer

Mainami Kuko Service Co. Works With Japanese Governments, Airlines, GA

Becker Avionics has entered into a dealer agreement with Mainami Kuko Service Co., Ltd., a Japanese trading company, which sells aircraft parts and avionics systems to Japanese governmental, airlines and general aviation customers.

"Becker Avionics focused on finding the best partner to promote our products and to build brand recognition in this important and competitive market," said Markus Schmitz, President and General Manager. "Our top priority is to create a sustainable business size in Japan and we are convinced that Mainami Kuko Service, with its professional business resources for sales and marketing, will be successful."
 
"We are very pleased to be associated with a world class organization like Becker Avionics," says Akira Ohdoi "This new dealership arrangement with Becker is an important addition to the list of companies Mainami Kuko Service already represents. We look forward to working for Becker Avionics and establish a long lasting relationship."

FMI: www.beckerusa.com

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