By reducing rotables inventories, aircraft operators provide business opportunities to manufacturers and MROs.
The MRO industry is constantly on the lookout for new ways to make and save money simultaneously. One word keeps popping up: rotables. Rotables—essential aircraft and engines components that can be economically restored to a serviceable condition—are big investments. There are hundreds of rotables compared to thousands of consumables, the cost to manage them is high, and airlines don’t want to own inventory anymore. As a result, these items have become a hot commodity in the parts ...
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