GA Telesis has expanded its inventory of used serviceable material (USM) with the disassembly of several engines.
These are: two IAE V2500-A5s, two CFM56-7Bs, two General Electric CF6-80C2s, and one Pratt & Whitney PW4000.
GA Telesis’ component solutions team will fully manage the distribution of the USM parts from these asset teardowns. The company said it had scheduled a record number of engine and airframe teardowns throughout 2022.
The component solutions team will strategically position the upcoming USM in its distribution centres in the US and the UK, with further expansion planned in the Asia Pacific region in 2022.
“We have been laser-focused on sourcing more individual parts and whole assets to ensure our global sales teams satisfy customer requirements,” said Alex Tuttle, chief operating officer of GA Telesis’ Flight Solutions Group, of which the component solutions team is a part.
“As expected, we already see airframe and engine MROs at capacity as the need for lift is bouncing back quickly. Because of our previous anticipation of today’s lift recovery, in late 2021, we put forth a successful long-term strategy in both our procurement and repair organisations, as well as our own MRO component and composite shops, to ensure we weather the storm on predicted longstanding supply chain challenges.”