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NAC and Airpart Supply Ltd. Sign a Supply Partnership for Sub-Equatorial Africa

Airpart Supply Ltd. of High Wycombe, United Kingdom, is pleased to announce that they have signed a supply partnership agreement with National Airways Corporation (NAC), of Lanseria, South Africa. This new relationship allows NAC to leverage their presence in Sub-Equatorial Africa to deliver the highest quality products to customers around the continent and beyond.

Pictured left to right: Connor Evans, Airpart Sales Manager, Matt Buckle, Airpart VP of Sales, JP Fourie, NAC CEO, Deon de Lange, NAC Warehouse Supply & Logistics Manager.

The partnership will provide NAC with indirect access to Airpart Supply’s portfolio of direct relationships with the leading manufacturers and OEMs globally. NAC will provide parts and services to all countries within the region exclusively, excluding Kenya.

Matt Buckle, VP of Sales at Airpart Supply, stated, “Airpart Supply is honoured and excited to partner with National Airways. Sub-Equatorial Africa is a region that deserves the highest level of service coupled with the best-in-class products available. NAC’s reputation mirrors our own, and working with them allows us to educate the benefits of using OEM products and ensures that they are readily available in the region.”

JP Fourie, Chief Executive Officer of NAC, said, “We as NAC are delighted to be collaborating with Airpart Supply as their authorised distributor for Sub Equatorial Africa (Kenya excluded). This will provide our varied customer base with direct access to a huge range of OEM parts, improved market penetration and strong cost efficiency. NAC has considered many distributors partners, and we are confident that Airpart’s extensive selection and representation of OEM brands and parts will help NAC leverage its position in the African aviation market. Our synergies are dynamic, and our market efficiencies will increase dramatically from which our customers stand to benefit”.

Airpart Supply and NAC will be working together over the next few months to evaluate customer requirements and build a suitable stock holding to support the region.



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