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Engineering – the Aviation Maintenance Holding joins the platform, an IT company supporting the aviation industry with IT-based Supply Chain Optimisation solutions worldwide, is further expanding its already extensive list of online spare parts trading platform partners. The company has recently signed a cooperation agreement with Engineering – the Aviation Maintenance Holding which is the largest independent MRO service provider in Russia.

According to the agreement, Engineering – the Aviation Maintenance Holding will supplement the spare parts platform with a wide range of components, parts and consumables for Airbus A320 Family, Boeing 737 NG/CL, Bombardier CRJ 100/200 and ATR 42/72 aircraft. The listed spare parts are stored at Engineering’s warehouse facilities in Moscow, Mineralnye Vody and Novosibirsk.

Currently the online trading platform lists over 1.5 billion of inventory items and more than 700,000 various repair capabilities. The cooperation with Engineering – the Aviation Maintenance Holding will provide direct access to the supplier’s components stock for all other members, including those who operate in Russia and the CIS region. The companies are also considering extending the cooperation for the Russian aircraft type parts and components.

Currently the online trading platform lists over 1.5 billion of inventory items and more than 700,000 various repair capabilities

‘The latest agreement with Engineering adds one more fully approved and trustful supplier to our global map of local suppliers. The strategic location of Engineering’s stock will provide carriers operating in Russia and the CIS with direct access to Western-built aircraft components stored in the closest proximity to their aircraft. We are confident that all our  subscribers will benefit from the Engineering’s presence on the platform, and that it will lead to even more aviation companies from the region joining our global and universal aviation trading community,’ shared Zilvinas Sadauskas, the CEO of

‘Engineering – the Aviation Maintenance Holding is very pleased to have joined the platform as it will definitely help us to significantly expand our spare parts availability for clients both in Russia and the CIS. With the regional carriers actively continuing the renewal of their fleets, the demand for Western-built aircraft components is also rising. Furthermore, spare parts supply is as an exceptionally time-sensitive issue when it comes to AOG situations and express deliveries in the CIS region. For these reasons we are confident that all the platform users will benefit from direct access to our components and spare parts facilitated by,’ shared Denis Neumyvako, Head of Parts and Materials Sales Department, Engineering Holding.

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