We Put You In Control...
Anthony P. Dalia P.E., President of Oxford Electronics, Inc., d/b/a Oxford Airport Technical Services and Senior Vice President of Worldwide Flight Services, Oxford's parent company, brings to the operating area 33 years of experience in the engineering, design, operation and maintenance of ground support equipment. Mr. Dalia holds an Associates Degree in Applied Science - Electrical Technology from the State University of New York (1967); Bachelors Degree in Engineering from New York Institute of Technology (1973); Professional Engineering License - Vermont (1976); Professional Engineering License - New York (1978); and Professional Engineering License - New Jersey (1979).
Oxford is a ground support equipment maintenance and repair company specializing in Passenger Boarding Bridges, Conveyor Systems, Cargo and Meterial Handling Systems, 400 Hz Ground Power Units, Pre-Conditioned Air Systems and Ground Support Equipment Vehicles.
With a quarter century of experience in the industry, Oxford offers a wide range of services which include Preventative Maintenance Programs, Corrective Maintenance, Emergency Maintenance, Rehabilitation, Installation, Relocation and Removal, Fixed Price Contracts, and the Design and Manufacture of Electrical/Electronic Control Panels. Oxford also maintains a large inventory of spare parts and offers our customers performance analysis reports which track cost savings and equipment performance.
In addressing the requirements of our customers' operation, our FIRST PRIORITY IS THE PUNCTUAL ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE SCHEDULE OF THE AIRLINE. Secondly, and in conjuntion with our top priority, is our ability to maintain the customer's operating system in an efficient and cost effective manner. We value ourselves on our rapid and courteous response to our custoomer's requests. In this regard, we base our selection of personnel not only on the highest technical skills but also on grooming and inter-personal skills. As a part of our training, we instruct all our personnel in dealing not only with management but with airlines and passengers as well. In addition, Oxford's training method is that of "cross utilization of manpower" to maximize employee knowledge and manpower ability.