ATP will be managing the distribution of all Beringer Aero technical publications across all wheel and brake product lines that are used on a wide variety of OEM airframes.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA & PARIS, FRANCE– April 27, 2020 – ATP and France-based Beringer Aero are pleased to announce a distribution agreement where all Beringer Aero technical publications across all wheel and brake product lines will now be available on the ATP Information Services platform.
Beringer, a manufacturer of wheels and brakes for 30 years, started within the automotive industry focused on motorcycles and cars. Over the years, they have equipped prestigious racing teams, winning several titles in the World Endurance Championship. Since 2002, the company has manufactured a wide range of wheels and braking systems from light equipment to certified aircraft such as the Pilatus PC-6, Cirrus SR22 and Vision Jet, Piper PA46 / 28, Diamond DA42, and more.
“We are pleased to be welcoming Beringer Aero onto the ATP Aviation Hub”, noted Rick Noble, Chief Executive Officer at ATP. “Beringer Aero is known for their exceptional performance and quality, making them a highly-respected supplier in our industry. With so many OEMs on the ATP Aviation Hub currently using Beringer Aero products on their aircraft, this relationship brings even more value and convenience to the customers of both companies.”
ATP will be managing the distribution of all Beringer Aero technical publications across all wheel and brake product lines that are used on a wide variety of airframes. These publications include Maintenance Checks (MC)s, Maintenance Manuals (MM), Illustrated Part Catalogs (IPCs), Service Bulletins (SBs) and Airworthiness Directives (ADs). ATP will be integrating Beringer Aero publications with current OEM partners as well as EASA and FAA regulatory libraries within their ATP Aviation Hub.
“ATP has been the leader in the distribution of technical publications, and we are happy to be partnering with them and making our own manuals readily available on the ATP Aviation Hub” commented Claire Beringer, Chief Executive Officer at Beringer Aero. “We can now provide our customers with an easy to use cloud-based platform that is available anytime and from anywhere a technician needs access. This is what today’s customers demand from an innovative company like ours and we are very happy to be partnering with ATP to deliver this kind of experience to them.”
Existing ATP Aviation Hub customers can easily browse and add Beringer Aero technical publications on the ATP Store, and quickly add them to their existing airframes on file. For existing Beringer Aero customers looking for the latest publications, they can begin by creating a free account on the ATP Aviation Hub then searching for Beringer Aero within the ATP Store.