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MRO Checklist: New Distribution Partners

Distribution agreement with AAR, Imperium and Sensors and Ametek Aerospace Defense

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AAR to Distribute Eaton’s Fluid-Distribution Products
Eaton has appointed AAR as the exclusive distributor for aircraft fluid-distribution products, oil debris-monitoring technology, engine seals and other products for commercial airlines. The 10-year agreement will provide operators with a comprehensive inventory of products manufactured by Eaton for a wide array of commercial aircraft. 
Imperium signs global distribution agreement with Barfield
Imperium signed a global distribution agreement with Barfield, a ground support and test equipment company. Barfield will be distributing Imperium’s line of ultrasound cameras for nondestructive testing usage. 
Kellstrom Defense to distribute Sensors and Fluid Managements Systems’ products for Ametek Aerospace and Defense
The Sensors and Fluid Management Systems (SFMS), a business unit of Ametek Aerospace and Defense, announced that Kellstrom Defense Aerospace, a Merex Group company, will be its new spare part distribution partner serving the global military and government aftermarket.  Kellstrom Defense Aerospace signed an exclusive agreement with Ametek SFMS to stock, distribute and manage spare components for the foreign, domestic and government agency aftermarket customers. 
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