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tested, not a unit that has been sitting on a shelf for an extended period of time.


Inventory Management QAI also offers customers an innovative


inventory management program. This program incorporates minimum stocking levels and delivery schedules into a comprehensive customized pro- gram designed to fit unique customer needs. Customers are able to maintain current tags on stock units, thereby minimizing shelf life and space requirements. The program offers an opportunity to turn excess idle inventory into revenue, as sur- plus units can either be exchanged or sold out- right, based on operational requirements. This unique program provides customers the ability to maintain adequate inventory levels required for operational needs while offering a reduced burden on cash flow through reduced serviceable idle inventory and revenue generated by sales and exchanges.


“Our customers love this program,” said


Cook. “It saves them time, money and energy by enabling them to avoid excess, unusable invento- ry. We assist in minimizing their aircraft downtime and that aids in their ability to generate revenue


for their operation. It’s all about meeting the cus- tomers’ needs. This process serves as a valuable tool for our customer base and also as an addi- tional revenue stream for them,” he said.


Quality Assurance QAI’s extensive inventory tracking system


enables its receiving department to alert quality assurance if a part has been previously repaired at their


facility and what aircraft the part was


removed from. This process helps identify possi- ble problems elsewhere on the aircraft or if there


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