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HJS puts 1.5 million Global Express parts on the shelf
The inventory includes new and OEM overhauled and repaired components that are available through HJS customer service, the HJS online inventory search portal, PartsBase and ILS aviation database channels.
The racks are creaking with Global Express parts inventory at HJS.

Henderson Jet Services (HJS), a certified supplier of Bombardier business jet components, complex systems and engines based in Georgetown, Texas, has acquired over 1.5 million certified Global Express aircraft parts.

The inventory includes new and OEM overhauled and repaired components that are available through HJS customer service, the HJS online inventory search portal, PartsBase and ILS aviation database channels.

All listings will provide complete pricing, certification, images and details, ensuring transparent and upfront product specifications. Ad hoc, individual, tailored parts pool purchasing and bulk order options are available.

HJS has developed an internal order and fulfillment protocol to support prompt, 24/7 response for domestic and international operators, service providers, repair stations and OEMs worldwide. All parts orders and processing are centrally located at HJS headquarter facilities in Georgetown, Texas.

“This project is in direct response to client request and market demand for reliable aftermarket parts,“ says Scott Lawson, general manager, Henderson Jet Services. “Our clientele have been very supportive of our approach to customer service, parts fulfillment and communication.”

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