Instrumentation manufacturer and sales channel, Evolution Measurement has strengthened their partner relationship with Canadian manufacturer, CCX Technologies with an exclusive agreement for North America.
The new agreement appoints Evolution Measurement as US Channel Partner for CCX Technologies in the USA on an exclusive basis to cover the Business Aviation, General Aviation and Helicopter segments.
“It has only been six months since we signed as Channel Partner for Europe and now, we have the honor of representing this outstanding manufacturer in key sectors for the USA,” said Paul Crowhurst, founder and managing director, Evolution Measurement. “CCX Technologies have a firm commitment to develop technology which supports efficiency whilst protecting the safety of aircraft and its personnel. We’ve seen a very positive response from our existing customers to the T-RX Avionics Tester and it’s also attracting many new customers too.”
Crowhurst continued, “This combined with the capabilities of our vastly experienced Business Development Manager, Russ Smith means that we are well placed to drive and support the expansion of CCX’s growth in this key market.”
“Since its introduction in 2019, the T-RX has become a leading testing device for the industry. To continue supporting the demand in North America, CCX Technologies is pleased to partner with Evolution Measurement to ensure the T-RX market position is maintained. Our partnership will continue to deliver innovation of the T-RX to valued customers” said Chris Bartlett, president of CCX Technologies. “The team is supporting our goal to make the T-RX tester as widely available as possible; this agreement will allow more maintainers across North America to streamline their testing regime by incorporating our intuitive T-RX.”
Many aircraft maintainers and technicians already use the T-RX to evaluate most avionics radio systems with more than 100 different tests. Easy to use, rugged and portable, the T-RX replaces the functionality of legacy avionics testers with a single, compact unit that is simple to upgrade even as new test requirements and standards emerge. It streamlines testing and allows maintainers to print test reports and incorporate them into customer work orders, saving time, the company says.