Consolidating spare part warehouses

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And financial markets are apparently shedding at least some of their wariness of aviation.Airlines have proven to be a lot more flexible, and thus survivable, than they often were in the past. Two recent transactions are major and probably point the way toward the future shape of the used parts market.Today, ŠKODA generates a revenue of more than 600 million Euros per year by selling original parts and original equipment (OP/OE).

Whether you are selling business-to-business (B2B) or direct-to-consumer (D2C), returns are a challenge that can present a big opportunity for companies who are skilled at reverse logistics. We implement our processes and actions to assist in growing your sales and profits resulting from the savings.

The investment volume for this major project ran at around 35 million euros.

Located on some 65,000 square metres of land, the new facility features 20,000 square metres of storage space including a 31-metre tall high-rack warehouse and over 65,000 warehouse items stored in 110,000 storage slots.

Links understands that returns are always going to be a part of our clients’ businesses in Canada and will look for every possible way to extract the hidden value contained in reverse logistics.

The long-predicted consolidation of the aviation used-parts business appears to be finally happening, or at least accelerating significantly.

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