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Energy Greiner appoints Wencor as distribution partner

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Fort Worth-based Greiner aerospace Inc. has appointed Wencor Group as its distribution partner worldwide.

Under the new partnership, Wencor Group will provide aircraft cushions and dress covers for the global aerospace market including Asia, Europe and the Americas effective Dec. 31, 2016, expanding Wencor Group’s existing market capability.

“Greiner aerospace has the greatest understanding and innovation of aircraft cushions and dress covers in the aviation industry. Greiner aerospace produces thousands of cushions weekly and the highest quality standards and together we have a stronger presence in the marketplace and add value to our customers,” said Dave Daniels, vice president of sales for North America at Peachtree City, Georgia-based Wencor Group.

“We are pleased and excited to be working together with Wencor to better serve the global market through Wencor’s Sales and Distribution network,” said Thomas Danner CEO of Greiner aerospace.

Wencor will be the primary stocking distributor of Greiner aerospace aircraft cushions and dress covers for aftermarket products and continues to invest in reliable solutions that build trust and value. Wencor Group and Greiner aerospace work closely together to ensure the highest quality products are available to meet the performance and availability expectations of the market.

Greiner aerospace is a full service provider for aircraft seating. The company fulfills all customer needs, from long to short haul, from economy to first class. Greiner aerospace provides seat cushions and dress covers to the all major seat OEMs worldwide. They are globally presented with five locations on three continents and strive to provide our customers with the most innovative products and materials. Greiner aerospace is a company of Greiner Foam International.



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