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Embraer Executive Jets boosts sales network in Japan

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Tatjana Obrazcova
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Embraer Executive Jets announced today that it has boosted its sales network in Asia Pacific with the appointment of JAPAN AEROSPACE CORPORATION (JAC) as the Authorized Sales Representative for Japan.

“This partnership with JAC will further add to our efforts in Japan,” said Marco Tulio Pellegrini, President & CEO of Embraer Executive Jets. “Embraer is known in Japan given the operation of almost 30 E-Jets in the country, and potential customers in Japan can expect business jets from our portfolio not only with unparalleled design and outstanding technology, but also with the reliability, performance and ease of maintenance – a reflection of our airline DNA.”

For over 60 years, JAC has played an integral role in developing the general and business aviation market in Japan,” said Hitoshi Tanimura, President & CEO of JAPAN AEROSPACE CORPORATION. “With this background we are pleased to be named as Embraer Executive Jets’ Authorized Sales Representative and are excited to introduce its excellent portfolio of business jets, ranging from the Phenom 100E to the Lineage 1000E, to the Japanese market. We look forward to a long term partnership with Embraer Executive Jets in our market and its success.”

About JAPAN AEROSPACE CORPORATION

JAPAN AEROSPACE CORPORATION is a market leader in the importation and sales of general and business aviation aircraft, aeronautical products and services, and security related products and solutions in Japan. Headquartered in Minato-Ku, Tokyo, with representative offices in Nagoya, Japan; New York and Los Angeles, USA; and London, UK, JAC is a subsidiary of ITOCHU Corporation, a Fortune Global 500 company.



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