Sun, Sep 23, 2012
Move Part Of Strategy To Strengthen The Company's Presence In The U.S.
GippsAERO, the Australian manufacturing arm of Mahindra Aerospace, announced Thursday that a partnership agreement has been signed with Soloy Aviation Solutions to provide spare part distribution and technical support services for GippsAERO USA customers. “The establishment of Airvan Spare Part distribution and technical support centres is to provide operators with the level of service they are accustomed to in the United States," said CEO Dr. Terry Miles, in announcing the agreement Thursday. "Soloy is a welcome addition to the growing North America strategy as one of the key service providers to support GA8 Airvans in the region.”
Soloy Aviation Solutions, incorporated in 1969 and located in Olympia Washington, is a well-known and respected provider of a range of aviation related services including retrofits, reassembly, and aircraft parts/accessories/kits. “We welcome the opportunity to provide the GA8 operators convenient and professional service and timely support in North America," said Soloy CEO Dave Stauffer.
GippsAERO says it is committed to strengthening its permanent presence in the U.S., and to provide excellent customer service. This significant next step to provide spare part distribution and technical support is another tick in the box for their ongoing plan following agreements they have put in place in the last 6 months to appoint well known U.S. dealers.
The Airvan is widely known for its rugged, utility type characteristics and low maintenance requirements. GippsAERO understand the importance of quick professional support and is going to great lengths to confidently increase its flying fleet in the region. The number of Airvans is certainly on the rise in the USA, as are the number of customer support facilities, as demonstrated by this partnership with Soloy, a trusted leader in this field.
(GA8 Airvan image from file)
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