It is always a benefit to better learn the needs of our customers so we can refine our services to fit those needs.
(PRWEB) September 04, 2014
Commercial aircraft parts distributor, First Wave Aerospace, will be represented at two upcoming conferences in September 2014. First Wave serves customers through an array of services that include: expanded parts distribution, inventory-stocking programs, inventory consignment support, and repair management.
First Wave Aerospace’s sister company, Cobalt Aero Services, will also be represented at the upcoming conferences providing customers repair and overhaul services for airframe, wing, and nacelle structures. Cobalt tailors its repair efforts to meet each customer’s work scope and budget requirements.
Chris Loyd, Director of Sales, and Tony McAnly, President, will represent First Wave Aerospace and Cobalt Aero Services at the AAR Supplier Conference in Oklahoma City, OK on Friday, September 5. The AAR Supplier Conference is an opportunity for AAR to present its commercial MRO and KC10 programs and to further strengthen and build business relationships.
“We are pleased to participate in the AAR Supplier Conference. It is always a benefit to better learn the needs of our customers so we can refine our services to fit those needs,” shared Tony McAnly. Chris Lord offered, “I have communicated with many of these people of the years; it will be great meeting them face-to-face and deepening our understanding of each other.”
Tim White, Vice President, and Tracey White, Administrative Director, will represent Cobalt and First Wave at the annual Air Carriers Purchasing Conference (ACPC) in Washington D.C. from September 13- 16. The Air Carrier Purchasing Conference was founded in 1956 and serves as a way for airline professionals to discuss areas of interest and concern with the suppliers of the industry.
“Whether it’s at one of the round tables, in the hallways, or during one of the events, it’s always great to reconnect with our customers at the annual ACPC conference and spend quality time with them,” shared Tim White.