Intertrade's growth helps Rockwell Collins gain from aftermarket trends
Intertrade, which facilitated the establishment of the airliner surplus parts supplier business four decades ago, has added engine parts to its portfolio, completing its evolution from a one-product specialist to a full-service used-components supplier. Born in 1969 as a two-man shop refurbishing and selling Collins avionics, Intertrade has charted an increasingly familiar course in the surplus parts market. It spent 25 years focusing on avionics before delving into airframe parts, ...
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