GA Telesis’ increase in product demand leads to increase in Q3 engine and airframe inventory levels

GA Telesis Component Solutions Group (CSG) has acquired one CFM56-5B, six CFM56-5A, two CF6-80C2B engines, two 777-200ER and two 737NG to meet the demand of its customer inventory requirements. The inventory will be used to support the GA Telesis SNAP, ACCESS, and Flight Hour Programs, as well as day-to-day replenishment requirements of the Company’s Airline and MRO customers worldwide.

The company further stipulated that its Q4 production might exceed its announced Q3 scope. Alex Tuttle, Chief Operations Officer at GA Telesis stated, “Our team has seen a dramatic increase in demand for our products and services and we have had to step up our game. Customers, globally, have communicated their need for increased levels of inventory to support their operational needs and their expectation of GA Telesis to support their increasing levels of seat capacity.”

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