OTIS Technology and Airnesco have joined forces forming a strategic alliance to market weapon system maintenance technologies globally. OTIS Technology is a world leader in small arms maintenance solutions and Airnesco is a global supplier of large bore maintenance systems.
OTIS Technology Press Release:
Lyons Falls, NY: Otis Technology is pleased to announce a global strategic alliance with UK-based Airnesco Group Ltd. Both companies specialize in weapons maintenance systems, supplying to militaries worldwide. Otis Technology is the world leader in small arms and weapons maintenance, while Airnesco supplies the most advanced large bore weapons cleaning systems available.
“Our strategic alliance with Airnesco represents the coming together of two companies that are leaders in our field,” remarks Ed Collins, General Manager – Foreign Military Sales at Otis Technology. He continues, “With our different areas of expertise, Otis and Airnesco can now offer a single source for military maintenance solutions ranging from .17 caliber to 155mm weapons and everything in between.”
Timothy Moore, Business Development Manager for Airnesco Group Ltd. comments, “We are truly pleased to partner with Otis Technology. This strategic alliance will benefit our customers by providing a single point of contact in weapons cleaning. Airnesco and Otis are proud to be combining our efforts at upcoming trade shows such as DSEi 13, where we will have a combined presence and exhibition booth.”
About Otis Technology
Otis Technology is known for manufacturing the most advanced gun cleaning systems available. The superior Breech-to-Muzzle® design combined with unmatched quality has positioned Otis as the gun care system of choice with the US Military. Otis Technology is SMART GUN CARE.
About Airnesco Group Ltd.
Airnesco is a group of companies formed in 1948 that specializes in the design and manufacture of a complete range of unique compressed air operated products to cover most industrial and defense applications. An addition to the group in 2001 introduced the design and manufacture of specialist tooling for the window industry.