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American Aerospace Controls Announces Partnership with Embassy Global, LLC

March 27, 2013
FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK, USA ---American Aerospace Controls (AAC) (www.a-a-c.com), a leading manufacturer of standard and custom AC & DC current, voltage, power and frequency transducers, today announced its 2013 worldwide strategic business development partnership with the New York-based Embassy Global, LLC (www.embassyglobalpr.com)

Established in 1965, the New York-based AAC is a privately-held, woman-owned AS9100C and ISO9001 certified manufacturer of electrical transducers for high-reliability defense, aerospace, and space flight; as well as rail, light rapid transit (LRT), and general industrial applications. AAC stringent R&D and test protocols meet or exceed MIL-spec, EMI, DO-160 and other globally recognized quality and performance standards. Products are offered in standard and custom models, backed by extensive in-house applications engineering expertise, which has supported dozens of commercial flight programs since its founding.

“AAC is pleased to announce our partnership with Embassy Global. We learned of their expertise through multiple top aerospace and sensor industry companies. Their refreshing customer centric approach, niche expertise in aerospace and rail testing technologies, and their consistent track record of proven results made them a perfect fit. We look forward to partnering with Embassy Global to bring AAC critical new opportunities while continuing to support customers throughout the market sectors we service,” said AAC Vice President of Sales, Kevin McBrien,

For more information about American Aerospace and Embassy Global visit www.a-a-c.com and www.embassyglobalpr.com.

 

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