Boeing signs parts e-commerce agreement with GA Telesis

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP September 10, 2014 14:21

Boeing signs parts e-commerce agreement with GA Telesis

Boeing has announced it has signed an agreement with GA Telesis, LLC to expand Boeing’s aftermarket parts portfolio to include serviceable commercial aircraft parts. Boeing is now making new surplus, repairable and overhauled parts available to customers through a new Marketplace section of the Boeing PART (Part Analysis and Requirements Tracking) Page.

The Boeing PART Page, available to customers, is one of the most frequented e-commerce sites in the aerospace industry, with more than 43,000 users logging over 40,000 interactions on the Boeing PART Page every day.

“At Boeing, we want to be the one place our customers can come for almost any kind of airplane part they need – whether new or serviceable,” said Tim Copes, vice president of Material Services, the parts business within Boeing Commercial Aviation Services. “Boeing is actively working to expand its offering of serviceable parts to include parts for non-Boeing airplanes.”

The serviceable parts market is valued at more than $3 billion annually.
“Our customers are asking for more options and choice in maintaining their airplanes, and they tell us they want to get their parts – new or not – from Boeing,” said Copes. “We are pleased to be joining GA Telesis in providing our customers a reliable and cost-effective alternative to new parts.”

“By combining GA Telesis’ expertise in the used serviceable market with the customer-centric Boeing PART Page, we have created a first-of-its-kind e-commerce platform in the commercial aftermarket,” said Chris Rauch, senior vice president of Global Sales at GA Telesis. “The PART Page Marketplace will be an efficient solution for end-users that also simplifies their sourcing strategies.”

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