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C&L makes Beechjet parts purchase
Reinforcing its position as a one stop solution for Beechjet 400 operators, C&L has acquired the Beechjet 400 rotable parts programme from GlobalParts.
C&L gains the entire Beechjet rotable inventory through its purchase of GlobalParts says Marty Cooper.

Bangor, Maine-headquartered C&L Aerospace has purchased the Beechjet 400 rotable parts programme from GlobalParts. As part of the transaction, it gains Global's entire Beechjet rotable inventory. All parts from the programme are now stocked in the Maine warehouse and are available for sale or exchange.

Parts from this purchase, such as pitch trim actuators, brakes, power supplies, will bolster existing inventory and be used to support C&L's Beechjet support programmes.

“With this acquisition, MROs and operators have the ability to purchase all their Beechjet 400 parts in a cost-effective manner from one source,” says senior vice president Marty Cooper.

This inventory is inspected and has gone through a cataloguing process which includes photographing and barcoding the parts and corresponding documentation, making purchases faster, easier and more transparent for the customer. The inventory is now available for sale or exchange.

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