Aftermarket parts specialist Heico Corp. said the Boeing 737 MAX’s prolonged grounding is likely helping its bottom line, but the benefits are hard to quantify and may be offset by lost opportunities linked to the related production slowdown. “With regard to the aftermarket and the replacement parts business, it clearly cannot hurt us,” Heico co-president Eric Mendelson said. “But how much it is helping us is a bit confusing because we are still seeing retirements of ...

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