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Operators can reduce physical inventories of material by turning the ownership of spare parts pools, to support the repair cycles of removed units, back to the MROs suggests Brian Beair, VP Business Development, North America at AJW.
He says by utilising advanced exchanges of inventory, this can result in excess inventory owned by the operator. “They, in turn, can sell this excess inventory to MROs or other operators. Another option is to sell or consign stock to aftermarket suppliers, such as AJW, thereby creating revenue opportunities - providing them with a flexible and innovative solution to monetise their assets.
“Additionally, AJW takes full control of all removed material from an engine post shop visit and evaluates the potential for recovery, upgrade and saleability. If the engine can be salvaged by repair or upgrade, AJW will then sell the part into the market on behalf of the material owner on a split consignment basis as part of their material recovery programme,” Beair stipulates.
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