TAE Aerospace Announce Goodrich Hoist Reseller Deal

    Collins Aerospace and TAE Aerospace (TAE) are pleased to announce today that they have signed an agreement whereby TAE will now be a reseller of the entire product range of Goodrich® Hoists and Winches.  This agreement covers sales of these products throughout Australia, New Zealand, and much of the Pacific Islands and builds upon TAE’s existing relationship with Collins Aerospace covering multiple business lines such as Kidde and L’Hotellier Fire Extinguishers and Automated Fire Extinguishing Systems, Smoke Detectors, and Winslow Life Rafts.  

    TAE CEO Andrew Sanderson stated “It is great to continue expanding our capabilities and build upon our longstanding partnership with Collins Aerospace as we continue on our journey to a top 100 global aerospace company”

    With more than 45 years of design, manufacturing, and field experience, Collins Aerospace is a world leader in developing, manufacturing, and supporting rescue hoists and cargo winch systems for rotary and fixed-wing aircraft.  Their rescue hoists and winches are found on most major helicopter platforms, including Airbus, Bell, Boeing, Leonardo, Sikorsky, and many more.  They offer a variety of including electrically and hydraulically powered, and internally and externally mounted hoists. 

    “Collins Aerospace is pleased to extend our business into Australia and its surrounding region with TAE Aerospace,” said Nick Demogines, Director of Business Development with Goodrich Hoist & Winch, a part of Collins Aerospace. This agreement provides support to regional customers with potential for future opportunities for the product range of Goodrich® Hoists and Winches.”

    About TAE Aerospace

    TAE Aerospace is a privately-owned aerospace company headquartered in Australia. It has operations throughout Asia-Pacific and North America with a global customer base. The company focuses on creating value for its customers in defense and commercial aviation markets through quality products and services in turbine engines and component MRO, aerospace engineering, and advanced manufacturing.

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