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Avtrade signs Airbus approved vendor contract

Posted 19 October 2016 · Add Comment

Avtrade has signed a new deal with aircraft manufacturer Airbus which assigns Avtrade as an approved vendor of Airbus components. This selection means Avtrade can now directly supply Airbus's extensive portfolio of Flight Hour Service customer's with the highest quality Airbus components on the market.

The move continues a collaborative effort between the two companies with Avtrade successfully satisfying Airbus’s comprehensive quality checks. This partnership further solidifies Avtrade’s global reputation as a first class supplier of component support to customers worldwide.

 

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