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AERO Specialties Expands International Distribution, Warehousing Network

Partnerships Announced In Mexico, France, Germany, And Saudi Arabia

Experiencing a highly successful year internationally, AERO Specialties announces the expansion of its global distribution and warehousing network. AERO has recently teamed up with AeroStock of France, Franke Care Systems of Germany, TDH Visions of Saudi Arabia and Movac Group of Mexico. Each of these renowned organizations will provide a master distribution system within their respected regions. This expansion and distribution network will allow AERO Specialties to continue to meet global demand for their equipment, while keeping prices as low as possible for their international customer base.

“The reception we have received thus far from our international customers has been astounding,” said Matt Sheehan, president of AERO. “Our CE-marked equipment has excited many throughout the European Union who have been seeking an alternative to their current ground support equipment suppliers. The fact that everything we manufacture is CE-marked and in-stock, not to mention very affordable given the weak dollar, has already resulted in numerous direct orders from new international customers. Additionally, the ability to directly serve the Gulf Coast Countries (GCC) with a local and cultural presence has led to an increased interest in AERO equipment with several new customers placing orders and more contracts pending.”

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