GA Telesis and Boeing Bring Serviceable Parts to the Internet

By Juliet Van Wagenen | September 11, 2014
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Boeing corporate offices. Photo: Boeing

[Avionics Today 09-11-2014] GA Telesis has signed a long-term agreement with Boeing to sell aircraft and engine material through the e-commerce platform Boeing PART Page which allows customers access to real-time data such as part inventories, prices, part interchangeability, request for quotes, and purchase order status. GA Telesis is providing overhauled, repaired and new surplus material through a new section of the Boeing PART Page called PART Page Marketplace.

The Florida-based company will offer both Boeing and non-Boeing commercial widebody, narrowbody and regional airframe material and engine parts through the e-commerce platform.

Initially, GA Telesis is listing serviceable and overhauled inventory primarily focused on 777, Next-Generation 737, Classic 737, 747, 757, 767 and MD-80 platforms as well as the A320, A340, A330, CRJ and Q400 with jet engine material for the above listed platforms to be introduced in the near future.

GA Telesis is also one of Boeing’s parts providers for internal requirements such as GoldCare, AOG, Aviall engine programs, and freighter conversions and anticipates that this agreement will have a material impact on its market position.

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