CEF’s Distributors: Partners in Excellence

Customers around the world have access to CEF Industries’ exceptional commercial and military aircraft products through our partnership with distributors in locations throughout the globe. These aftermarket distribution partners serve our worldwide aftermarket customers and each carries the inventory required to support the global aftermarket demand for CEF products.

We have two strategic distributors: Aero Precision, focusing specifically on covering the domestic & international military/defense aftermarket, and Satair, focusing on the commercial aftermarket.  Aero Precision handles all of our foreign military sales and stocks all of the parts those customers need, whether it’s top-level assemblies or piece parts for repairs. They also work closely with the certified repair stations to stock the necessary piece parts & repair kits to support the global repair activity for CEF products (see our previous blog post on our certified repair stations).

Satair, handling the commercial and regional aircraft aftermarket, services airlines as well as the Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) shops responsible for repairing their parts. As a global company headquartered in Denmark, with additional offices and stocking locations in Atlanta and Singapore, they provide the value of keeping parts in stock and serving customers in their regions. This means customers in the U.S., Europe, and Asia have access to CEF parts from stock to support a quick delivery for standard replacement or repair circumstances or cases of more urgent dmand like an Aircraft on Ground (AOG).

As we take our commitment to quality and service very seriously, so too do we take our partnerships.  Our customers can rest assured that when working with our distributors, they are working with companies that have the same high standards we do. To learn more about CEF’s distribution partners, please visit our website, and feel free to contact us with any questions.

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