Marsh Brothers Aviation Heads Down Under Following Partnership with CJ Aerospace

Marsh Brothers Aviation Heads Down Under Following Partnership with CJ Aerospace

Marsh Brothers Aviation Heads Down Under Following Partnership with CJ Aerospace

CJ Aerospace Pty Ltd., a distributor of quality aviation parts and technical support across Australia, New Zealand and Asia-Pacific regions, is appointed as an authorized distributor and service provider for Marsh Brothers Aviation’s bearing and seals portfolio. With locations in Sydney in Taren Point, NSW, and Cairns, Queensland — as Australia’s largest stock list of aviation spare parts — CJ Aerospace is well-equipped to support the needs of its growing customer base.

“Establishing the relationship with CJ Aerospace and strengthening it is of significant importance to Marsh Brothers Aviation,” says Nicholas Choo-Son, director of New Business Development for Marsh Brothers. “They have been growing tremendously, so partnering with them makes perfect sense. Marsh Brothers will provide them with very unique products not currently available to their customer base, while CJ Aerospace will provide Marsh Brothers with access to the Asia-Pacific region, their customer base, and in-country assets, such as distribution networks, maintenance facilities and a general knowledge of local owners/operators.”

Craig Jones, owner/CEO of CJ Aerospace, adds, “Our philosophy is to partner with key suppliers that add value as well as a full solution, and Marsh Brothers (MBA) definitely provides that. I am confident that our customers will be eager to try MBA products on their aircraft and will certainly enjoy the reduction in maintenance times and costs they provide.”

As Marsh Brothers Aviation continues to develop and certify new products for the King Air, Beechcraft 1900, Beechcraft Baron and Beechcraft Bonanza aircraft, distribution through CJ Aerospace will ensure these new products are readily available to local operators.

Marsh Brothers kits are made up of grease-free polymer bearings, seals and engineered mechanical components. They eliminate the risk of metal-to-metal contact between adjacent parts in actuators, landing gear and other aviation applications. The self-lubricating properties of Marsh Brothers’ materials eliminate the need for any repetitive lubrication. 

“Our products eliminate the risk of damage and seized joints as a result of inadequate greasing,” says Choo-Son. “More importantly, lifecycle maintenance costs and scheduled downtime is reduced. Over the lifespan of a general aviation or commercial aircraft, this can add up to significant cost-savings for the owner."

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