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Satair to expand Eaton portfolio in Africa with fuel pump parts

Posted 8 February 2015 · Add Comment

Satair has signed a five-year exclusive distribution contract to represent Eaton replaceable unit engine fuel pump parts across Africa.

The company will also distribute the Eaton parts in the Middle East and Asia..

The agreement covers main engine fuel pumps for short-, medium- and long-haul aircraft and includes seven complete pump line replaceable units for which Satair´s regional stock ensures parts availability in close proximity to customers.
The balance of Eaton's fuel pump support remains unaffected and will continue through the normal distribution channel.
“Eaton's fuel systems, motion control and Aeroquip product lines have already been part of Satair's portfolio for a number of years," said Steen Karsbo, vice-president of business partner development at Satair Group. "Satair’s deep and comprehensive collaboration with Eaton and our experience with Eaton products enable us to serve the needs of Eaton customers with world-class excellence. Eaton’s mindset of balancing growth and innovation with individualised customer attention is an approach that fits perfectly into the Satair way of doing business.”
 

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