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PWI partners with leading light JAG in Texas
Increasing awareness of its LED product line to Texas can only be a good thing for PWI. All maintenance performed by fixed base operator JAG is completed by FAA licensed mechanics and repairmen.

PWI's has increased the reach of its LED product line by partnering with JAG Aviation of McGregor, Texas. The joint venture is expected to accelerate PWI's growth in this area.

Fixed base operator JAG Aviation has been in business for more than 18 years. It offers aircraft maintenance, avionics and fuel for pilots of privately owned piston and turbine aircraft. In addition, customers may take advantage of its detailing, storage, PSI testing, ground transportation, office rental and catering services. JAG is an authorised dealer for Garmin, Avidyne, Aspen Avionics, BendixKing, L3 Technologies as well as other trusted industry leaders. As part of the new partnership, JAG Aviation will now carry and install the entire line of PWI LED lighting products. All maintenance performed by JAG is completed by FAA licensed mechanics and repairmen.

“I enjoy meeting and working with Gary and his team at JAG Aviation,” says PWI outside salesperson Eric Dahlinger. “Its team is highly knowledgeable; they care about their work and it shows. “We are excited to partner with a company that has such a broad range of services and is focused on quality repairs as well as meeting the needs of its customers.”

PWI has grown from coil winding to offer a diverse range of aircraft lighting products. It manufactures several interior lights for Beechcraft King Air aircraft and has in-house ability to design, engineer and manufacture all types of electrical assemblies, electronics contract manufacturing, magnetometers and customised LED lighting solutions.

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