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This October, the online aircraft spare parts and repair capabilities marketplace Locatory.com has announced hitting record highs and increasing the company’s sales by 20%. Moreover, the company has managed to achieve such results with half the sales force of 2016. Having analyzed its quarterly results, Locatory.com management team concluded that the last trimester has been the
New integrated service of secure payment transactions was launched this week by aircraft spare parts and repair capabilities marketplace Locatory.com. Users of Locatory.com platform will receive one more solution to optimize business processes by offering support with their transactions. A new feature of the marketplace will support customers of Locatory.com with their every payment while
A global online aviation spare parts and repair capabilities’ marketplace Locatory.com has announced signing a cooperation agreement with the prominent MRO provider VD Gulf. Based on terms of this freshly inked agreement, VD Gulf will have access to all the innovative Locatory.com tools designed to facilitate smooth parts procurement transactions whilst maintaining comprehensive control of
Locatory.com, an aviation IT company primarily acting as an aircraft parts locator, has agreed to partner with Utair Aviation, one of the leading first-class Russian airlines. Recently, UTair Aviation has joined Locatory.com’s marketplace. In 2016, air carrier was named as the best regional airline in Russia, as well as the CIS at the Business Traveler
Aircraft spare parts and repair capabilities marketplace Locatory.com is further expanding its presence in Asia by signing a contract with HNA Technic, MRO unit of the HNA Group – biggest private airline group in China. The Asian company will conduct its spare parts trade on behalf of 20+ airlines using Locatory.com. HNA Technic will be
As it stands today, Airbus and Boeing have a total of over 11 000 new aircraft in their backlogs. Inevitably, all of these machines will blend into the aging worldwide fleet, amounting to a colossal 40 000 aircraft in 2035, says Boeing. Nevertheless, as the numbers in this graph flourish, delays and flight cancellations are