Tue, Jun 27, 2006
Representatives with Enstrom Helicopter Corporation told ANN
Tuesday the helo manufacturer has added Bringer Corporation as a
new member of its worldwide dealership network.
"We're excited to be a part of the Enstrom team," says Ricardo
Piccoli, chief pilot and sales manager at Bringer. "In the very
near future, the helicopter of choice for the customers stepping up
from a piston and acquiring an entry level turbine will be the
The Bringer Corporation was first established in the US in 1983,
and has been operating in Brazil since 1989. Bringer has several
offices throughout Brazil, and operates two B-767-300F and a Piper
Seneca twin in a variety of roles, and also maintains a recently
delivered Enstrom 480B to support the dealership.
The Bringer's sales office for the Enstrom product line is
strategically situated in the heart of the city of Sao Paulo,
"The Brazilian market is very suitable for the Enstrom product
line," Piccoli added.
In addition, Bringer
Corporation's partnership with Helipark will offer premier
maintenance and service on the Enstrom product line. Helipark is
Latin America's largest specialized service center for
"I am extremely impressed by the amount of forethought and
preparation that Bringer has put into this dealership," said Tracy
Biegler, Director of Sales & Marketing at Enstrom. "They have
thought of everything, from financing to service. I am proud to
call them a part of the Enstrom family."
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