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PAG delivers performance to Airbus Helicopters
Efficient operations demand that OEMs and suppliers work in unison. Airbus Helicopters is delighted that Precision Accessories & Instruments has met on-target quality standards 100 per cent of the time.

Precision Aviation Group (PAG), a provider of products and value-added services to the worldwide aerospace and defence industry, has received an award from Airbus Helicopters for achieving 100 per cent on-target quality performance, in support of the AS350, UH-72A, EC-135 and EC-145 platforms.

The award was presented in Grand Prairie, Texas during the Airbus Helicopters North America Supplier Conference and was based on the qualitative and quantitative measures in key areas such as quality, performance and on-time deliveries which are monitored by the OEM.

“Helping our customers be ‘mission-ready’ by delivering quality products and MRO services has always been a top priority at PAG,” says Ketan Desai, PAG VP of sales and marketing. “Being recognised as a top supplier by Airbus Helicopters is particularly a point of pride for us. This award is a testament to the dedicated, highly skilled and customer focused workforce we have at our nine strategically located repair stations.”

Airbus Helicopters senior director of procurement Martin Gohr adds: “Each of our suppliers plays a critical role in our overall strategy by offering reliable and cost-effective solutions. “We are excited to recognise PAG, who has individually done a tremendous job delivering quality components, 100 per cent on-target, allowing us to support our customers.”

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