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Boeing and Parker Lord renew distribution agreement
General aviation customers can continue to leverage Boeing Distribution’s global network for production and aftermarket needs.
Travis Sullivan, vice president and general manager, Distribution Service, Boeing and Andy Winzenz, NHV global general manager, Parker Lord.

Boeing and Parker Lord have renewed their long-standing distribution agreement. Boeing Distribution, formerly known as Aviall, will continue to offer shock, vibration and motion control products for general aviation production and aftermarket needs.

“Continuing our distribution partnership with Parker Lord enables us to leverage our robust product portfolio and global network to provide general aviation customers the products they need, where they it,” says Travis Sullivan, vice president and general manager of Boeing Distribution Services.

Boeing's business and general aviation market support spans nearly a century with end-to-end parts and supply chain solutions that help customers keep their aircraft flying reliably, safely, and cost-effectively.

“Boeing Distribution's presence worldwide and its commitment to service both legacy and new platforms help not only the operators but also original component manufacturers like Parker Lord,” adds Americas OEM and global aftermarket sales director Rodolphe Leroy.

Boeing has a diverse and expansive portfolio that includes more than 15 million parts, chemicals, services and tailored solutions that reduce cost, risk and complexity through a global network with localised support. Boeing supports defence, commercial, rotorcraft and business and general aviation customers with their production and aftermarket needs, and provides 24/7 e-commerce access to parts and supplies via its online store.

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