Following the acquisition of Eagle Audio earlier this month, Anodyne Electronics Manufacturing (AEM) Corp. is now announcing that a distribution agreement has been signed with Aero Facility Co. to represent their new suite of products in the Japanese aerospace market.
The recent acquisition has introduced an opportunity for AEM to bring new audio products into previously untapped markets. “The Eagle Audio assets fit well within AEM’s skillsets and capabilities, and we are looking forward to supporting the existing customer base while introducing the product line to our varied and diverse global customers,” said Tony Weller, director of sales and marketing at AEM. “Aero Facility has been an important partner for AEM in Japan and are well positioned to market and deliver our products to a variety of operator profiles and aircraft OEMs.” The P139HD Digital Audio System has a Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB) supplemental type certificate (STC) for the Bell 412 EP airframe, and AEM plans to pursue additional installations in Japan; this new distributor agreement will help make that possible.
Having represented AEM since 2018, Aero Facility supported the JCAB STC integration of AEM’s LSS880 loudspeaker on the Kawasaki Heavy Industries BK117 aircraft and see this new agreement as a great opportunity for both organizations. “We are excited to support new products from AEM Corp. We have introduced AEM’s loudspeaker and cabin speaker products in Japan so far, and their quality is highly evaluated from our Japanese customers,” said Mitsuo Hattori, managing director at Aero Facility Co. “By this acquisition, we believe that together with AEM, we will contribute to the expansion of the Japanese aerospace market.