Honeywell channel partner New United Goderich in Huron Park, Ontario, is a leading aircraft repair and refurbishment provider. Started almost 25 years ago as a paint and interiors shop, the company has grown its capabilities to become a one-stop solution for aircraft owners needing avionics upgrades and a whole lot more.
You can learn more about the full range of New United Goderich’s capabilities – from maintenance inspections to special mission modifications – at the company’s new website, which launched in February. The company is so getting ready to expand its global footprint with a new million-square-foot maintenance, repair and overhaul facility in China, focused on serving the rapidly growing business and general aviation community in Asia.
But despite all the changes and growth at New United Goderich, some things haven’t changed at all over the last quarter century. The company is still dedicated to providing its customers – big and small – with the quality, customer service and integrity they’ve come to expect from New United Goderich.
Avionics is one of the strong suits for New United Goderich, an authorized channel partner for both Honeywell and BendixKing products. With more than 11 Honeywell and BendixKing certifications combined, their team is committed to making it easier for customers of both product lines to get the latest next-generation technology available on the market today.
The company also specializes in the installation of cabin management systems like Honeywell’s Ovation Select® system and the Aspire® 200 in-flight connectivity solution, which they recently certified for CRJ 200 VVIP aircraft. The two companies also are working together to help operators upgrade their older cockpits from CRT displays to LCDs with Honeywell’s Primus Elite DU-875 upgrade.
Mandates are the minds of most operators these days. Honeywell is working closely with New United Goderich to help customers meet the ADS-B Out mandates, including the FAA requirement that most aircraft operating in U.S. airspace be equipped with ADS-B technology by Jan. 1, 2020.
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