Wencor Announces Exclusive Global Partnership with Korry Electronics

Nov. 8, 2022

Korry Electronics has selected Wencor as its exclusive distributor supporting the global commercial aftermarket. The multi-year agreement extends the successful partnership between Korry and Wencor within Europe, Middle East, and the Americas, and now expands to include the Asia region.

The global agreement includes Korry’s full range of human-machine interface (HMI) solutions for the commercial aftermarket including switches, annunciators, control panels, knobs and data concentrators.

Strategic benefits for customers include:

• Consistent customer experience. Korry and Wencor have successfully supported the commercial aftermarket with HMI solutions since 2019.

• New & improved service offerings: Wencor’s technical expertise and value-added services will bring expanded rotable and retrofit solutions to operators globally.

• Accelerates Asia growth strategy: The Korry partnership is a key feature of Wencor’s growing portfolio of OEM partnerships in Asia, enabled by investments in people, products, and process in the region.

Management Perspective

“We are excited to expand our partnership with Korry Electronics, which extends Wencor’s industry-leading support to the global commercial aftermarket community. Korry’s highly engineered products and Wencor’s value-added service offerings will continue to raise the standard by which our shared customers are served. We pride ourselves on providing innovative solutions for customers that increase material availability, improve reliability, and decrease costs,” said Hunter Mitchem, Wencor president of distribution.

“Wencor has been a strong partner for Korry Electronics, performing well through the challenges of the pandemic recovery. We appreciate their deep industry knowledge and insight. They have demonstrated an ability to bring the right material, at the right time, at the right price, to our commercial aftermarket customers. Extending our agreement worldwide was a logical next step,” said Kevin Hanson, president of Korry Electronics.