Boeing will manage much of Japan Transocean Air (JTA) spare-parts supply chain. The airline anticipates a significant reduction in operating costs by taking this step. The arrangement, Integrated Materials Management (IMM), calls for Boeing to handle purchasing, inventory management and logistics of JTA's expendable aircraft parts, including bushing clamps, hoses, seals and coupling. The program builds on existing IMM programs Boeing holds with Japan Airlines and several others. No dollar ...

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