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Honeywell in distribution deal

Nov. 15, 2011 at 8:50 AM   |   Comments

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Nov. 15 (UPI) -- Honeywell has signed a distribution agreement with aerospace services supplier Global Aerospace Logistics of Abu Dhabi.

The agreement will provide Honeywell's United Arab Emirates' defense customers and commercial helicopter operators with quicker access to spares, parts, and technical support.

"We are pleased to partner with Honeywell in the UAE," said retired Brig. Gen. Dr. Hassan Yousuf, chief executive officer of Global Aerospace Logistics. "As a trusted global aviation OEM, Honeywell is well known for providing high-quality commercial and military products and services.

"Through our close proximity and strong relationship with UAE military operators, such as the Presidential Guards, we can meet the requests of Honeywell's UAE customers and ensure we fulfill all their operational needs."

GAL is a provider of professional aerospace services, encompassing all mission-critical operations, including maintenance and repair of aircraft and engines, manning, logistics, training, air traffic control, consulting, sale of aircraft spare parts and accessories, aircraft trading, renting airplanes, civil aviation information services, and on-shore/off-shore oil and gas fields services.

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