Heliwagon announces AeroBrigham as new distributor

Heliwagon has announced a distributor agreement with aircraft completions and maintenance company AeroBrigham.

From left: Danny Brigham, vice president of AeroBrigham; Brad Seibold, president of Heliwagon; and David Brigham, president of AeroBrigham celebrate the new partnership at AMTC 2019. Dayna Fedy Photo
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Based in Waco, Texas, Heliwagon is the provider of the well-known remote-controlled landing dolly for helicopters, which eliminates the need for tugs and tows. The Heliwagon features a wireless range of 500 feet, and can be controlled from inside or outside the helicopter.

As part of its new partnership with Heliwagon, AeroBrigham will have a Heliwagon platform — with a custom AeroBrigham logo — at its Decatur, Texas, facility to demonstrate to its customers, offering them the chance to operate the platform with a helicopter on it.

“We chose AeroBrigham because of their success and dedication to customers and customer service,” said Brad Seibold, president of Heliwagon. “We see a company succeed, and that’s a company we want to partner with because they know how to take care of their customers.”

AeroBrigham will initially have a Bell 429 on its Heliwagon to demonstrate to customers, but will use the platform to transport some of the larger aircraft at its facility into the future.

AeroBrigham will have a Heliwagon platform — with a custom AeroBrigham logo — at its Decatur, Texas, facility to demonstrate to its customers. Heliwagon Image
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“Our customers are coming to our facility often — either during the completions process or to pickup their aircraft — and they will be able to see a helicopter on the Heliwagon and drive it around,” said David Brigham, president of AeroBrigham. “The Heliwagon will help our operations as well because we have a lot of aircraft, so it’ll be nice to move those aircraft without having to use a tug.”

“We’re excited to be partnering with AeroBrigham,” said Seibold, “and we feel that they can take us to the next level.”

This year, Heliwagon is celebrating a decade of changing the way operators move their helicopters.

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