HeliExpo 2011, Orlando, FL, March 6, 2011 – Becker Avionics, a leading provider of communication, navigation, surveillance and search & rescue equipment for airborne and ground applications, announced today that it has entered into a service center and dealer agreement with JAMCO. JAMCO will act as the authorized service center to provide line repairs, bench work, as well as warranty and exchange services for Becker Avionics equipment. In addition, JAMCO will be marketing the Becker Avionics product lines to Japanese customers including transceivers, transponders, audio panels, and NAV/COMs.
In making the announcement, Markus Schmitz, President and General Manager of Becker Avionics in the US. said, "The ability to offer our Japanese customers a local support structure for our products is something we have sought after for several years and in JAMCO we have found an excellent partner. As the leading provider of aviation MRO services in Japan, JAMCO offers the ability to provide our customers quality services through a variety of locations. JAMCO’s outstanding experience and track record, coupled with their marketing, distribution, service and support capabilities made JAMCO the logical choice for us.
Mitsuhiro Ao, General Manager of Marketing & Sales, JAMCO comments, “We are glad to be able to develop a partnership with Becker Avionics and become an authorized service center. It is our sincere desire to offer high quality services to customers of Becker Avionics.”
JAMCO is a Japan-based company engaged in the maintenance of aircrafts and the manufacture of aircrafts interiors fixtures and equipment. JAMCO has three business segments. The Aircrafts Maintenance-related segment provides maintenance and refurbishment services for regional jets, medium and small sized aircrafts and helicopters, as well as the repair of accessories The Aircrafts Interiors Fixture Manufacturing-related segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of lavatories and galleys of aircrafts, the design and development of aircrafts interiors, as well as the remodeling of airframe systems. JAMCO holds roughly 50% share of aircraft lavatories and approximately a 30% share of all galleys produced in the world. The Aircrafts Equipment Manufacturing-related segment provides aircrafts on-board equipment, such as heat exchangers and jet engine parts, as well as carbon fiber materials using advanced pultrusion (ADP) technologies. JAMCO has been supplying the stringers/stiffners for vertical tail planes of all Airbus aircraft using the carbon composite components as well as supplying the upper deck floor cross beams of the world’s largest aircraft A380. For more information see: www.jamco.co.jp
About Becker Avionics
Becker Avionics is a privately held high-tech company, headquartered in Germany that develops, manufactures and distributes the latest communications, navigation, surveillance and search & rescue equipment for airborne and ground applications.
Becker Avionics has a longstanding history of over 50 years in providing equipment to General and Corporate Aviation, ATC, law enforcement and military organizations around the world. In order to support international market requirements the Company has established branches around the world. Becker Avionics supports an extensive customer base, such as, but not limited to Eurocopter, EADS, Airbus, British Aerospace, ATR, CASA, RUAG, Xi’an Aircraft Corporation, AgustaWestland, Pilatus, German Air Force, Navy and Army, German Border Patrol, German Police, Austrian Army and Police, Swiss Air Force, Dutch Police, Security Civil, Irish Air Corps, Egypt Navy, Indonesian Navy, Portuguese Air Force, US Army, US Air Force, US Navy and US Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol, etc. For more information see: www.beckerusa.com or www.becker-avionics.com.
It 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...
It will be exhibiting at HeliExpo 2012 in Dallas, Texas, from February 12-14.
He will drive overall business development and focus on strengthening existing Becker Avionics client relationships.