Sirio Panel, has appointed Satair as an authorized exclusive provider of logistic support services for the A350, A320 and ATR 42/72 product lines, covering Integrated Control Panels, Illuminated Panels and Interior and Exterior Lighting Systems.
By being the unique point of contact with customers, Satair A/S, a world leader in sales, distribution and support services of spares for aircraft maintenance, will serve as worldwide exclusive provider of logistic support services as of January 2015. The deal covers both distribution, repair and exchange and on top, Satair will have a specific focus on the A350 entry into service with Sirio Panel parts stocked in Copenhagen, Singapore, Atlanta and Dubai. Satair will secure that all A350 IP orders on Sirio Panel product lines are supported in the most efficient way guaranteeing dedicated support, efficiency and low lead times.
Steen Karsbo, Head of Business Partner Development at Satair Group comments: “With our joint focus on delivering high quality, robust and reliable products on time, every time, I believe our partnership will only grow stronger. Sirio Panel is known for its long standing experience, technical excellence and state-of-the art equipment and I am pleased that they have chosen Satair. ” Karsbo continues: “Sirio is continuously and successfully winning and taking on new programs and this requires having a strong partner to cover the aftermarket side. With our dedicated product manager, Mathieu Berthet, we will have one dedicated point of contact for all program related questions to ensure the most excellent service”.
The two companies have already been working closely together for some five years, on a non-exclusive basis, on the A320 and ATR 42/72 product lines and with this exclusive and worldwide deal, Sirio Panel and Satair take the business partnership to a whole new level.
CEO of Sirio Panel, Gabriele Pieralli comments: “We are confident that Satair, with their past experience and 24/7/365 organization, will provide the high level of service and turnaround time required by the airlines and end users community worldwide.”