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Electromech partnership strengthens C&L parts support
The partnership between C&L and Electromech should herald economies of scale and faster product availability. C&L is also aiming to increase repair capabilities on items currently in the market.
Hunting, fishing and golfing motorcycle enthusiast Brad Vieux anticipates greater parts availability for C&L.

Bangor, Maine-headquartered C&L Aerospace is to serve as a provider for product offerings from Kansas-based Electromech Technologies. The portfolio includes blowers, motors, valves and actuators for many aircraft types such as Beechjet, King Air, Hawker, Premier, Learjet, Beech 1900, Pilatus and Cessna. This partnership, which covers over 70 different line items, will bring significant cost savings to operators via volume pricing to OEM quality items that are available for immediate exchange.

Electromech actuation and position sensing business manager PJ Tos says: “We see considerable opportunities for both companies opening up as a result of working together.”

In addition to providing the current Electromech offerings, C&L is working with it to increase repair capabilities on items currently in the market, to improve design, quality and reduce lead times. These additional repair capabilities are being looked at on a per-part basis for aircraft in both the corporate and regional markets.

“Having quality partners like Electromech to work with is key to providing the best possible service to our customers,” adds C&L director of business development, corporate aircraft Brad Vieux. “This programme will help us increase our support and ability to provide quality tip to tail parts availability throughout the market.”

Recently C&L purchased the entire BeechJet 400 rotable inventory from Global Parts; this included many items that originated from Electromech Technologies.

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