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is the leading marketing and technical support provider to the civil aviation industry in the middle east. The company is part of the Bardawil group, which is involved in various manufacturing, specialized contracting and aviation activities through companies based in UAE, Kuwait, Qatar and Lebanon, but which are active throughout the middle east region.
Barden/FAG is the pre-eminent leader in super precision ball bearing manufacturing in the world today. Barden super precision bearings excel in applications where bearings of lesser quality have failed. If superior accuracy, reliability of operation, long-life, high running speeds and low noise and vibration are requirements in your application, Barden/FAG precision bearings are the bearings of choice.
The Barden Corporation is a world leader in both the design and manufacture of super precision ball bearings.
Barden bearings are produced using advanced technology to the highest standards available. That's why our bearings are used in virtually every sector of industry where there is a need to meet critical tolerances, high speeds and reliable performance under the most demanding operating conditions.
Barfield is part of the AFI KLM E&M network, a major MRO provider. With 500 employees across its facilities located in Miami, Phoenix, Louisville and Atlanta, Barfield can satisfy the needs of customers operating commercial or regional aircraft in North, Central and South America. From MRO Services to Distribution and Ground Support Test Equipment (GSTE), Barfield provides complete tailor-made support programs for Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, ATR and Embraer aircraft to operators in need of inventory, repair management, engineering and fleet support programs, and logistics solutions.
Barmil Ltd. was established in 1990 as a small family business, and has gradually developed into a leading company. The company imports and distributes standard machine elements in millimeter and inch dimensions, aerospace hardware and parts, and raw materials to the industrial and aerospace markets, according to international standards.
Barnes Aerospace is committed to providing our customers with a “total solutions package” by leveraging the synergies between our “Original Equipment Manufacturing” (OEM) and our Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) businesses. Our combined MRO and OEM operations, Special Processes and established Centers of Excellence enable Barnes Aerospace to address the ever-changing, complex needs of our aerospace customers quickly and efficiently - and to support products throughout the entire product lifecycle.
Barnes Aviation is a full service FBO conveniently located in the Antelope Valley at William J. Fox Airport. We have been in continuous operation since 1940 providing flight training, aircraft rental and maintenance.
From our beginnings in 1986, many relationships have been established and a vast amount of industry knowledge obtained. Baron's personnel has supplied commercial aircraft parts and supported airlines around the world for over three decades. This experience and knowledge is what gives you comfort knowing that when dealing with Baron, these exceptional qualities are working for you. Baron has developed a strong reputation for providing exceptional customer support paired with quality parts when you need them and where you need them.
Barrday is a leading advanced material solutions company whose product lines encompass applications for the composite and protective markets. Our growth strategies are based on developing technologically advanced fiber reinforcement, prepreg and other material solutions for our customers in the aerospace, military/defense, transportation, energy and protective markets. Barrday has a manufacturing and sales presence in North America and Europe.
Barrett Precision Engines, Inc. was founded by Monty Barrett. After ending a successful run as a nationally ranked flat track racer, Monty took to the skies as a corporate pilot. Finishing a homebuilt Steen Skybolt in 1983, Monty focused his recreation time on aerobatic competition and air show flights. It wasn’t long before Monty was building engines for the likes of Hale Wallace, Wayne Handley, Tom Jones, and the then up-and-coming aerobatic competitor, Patty Wagstaff.
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