AW&ST MRO Edition, July 7: Parts Buying Essential

The AW&ST MRO Edition's July 7 issue will feature a package on parts buying essentials. Given the dynamic environment of the parts market--as young aircraft and engines are dismantled to add used, serviceable material to the market--and OEMs and MROs get more creative in their service offerings--it's easy to see why more investors are looing at this market. 

We'll also examine how the OEM and third-party relationship, demand forecastisng, purchasing trends and organic growth in Asia-Pacific. 

Our MRO Links section will be dedicated to parts--from new components to repairs and manufacturing, including additive. Do you have a new part or parts service that you'd like to share with us? If so, please send them to Thanks!

In addition to this must-read parts package, we'll also examine the Rolls-Royce Trent 500 engine--its performance and upcoming service options. 

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