With aircraft operators in all segments of the market increasing their use of pre-owned equipment to assist in reducing costs, Honeywell Aerospace Trading (HAT) is well-positioned to support its customers.
“When the aircraft is down for repairs, it takes an expert to find the right part at the right time, sometimes on short notice,” said Lee Jacobs, Director of Business Management for HAT. “It’s more important than ever to have access to the right parts to keep those aircraft flying.”
To facilitate this process, HAT offers an extensive inventory of new surplus and reconditioned Honeywell and non-Honeywell equipment that enables operators to quickly have access to the parts they need, when they need them.
Most recently, HAT has acquired yet another Airbus A320 aircraft for disassembly. The process of dismantling the 2001-vintage A320-200 has already started at Phoenix Goodyear Airport. Removed components will be fully re-certified and available for sale or exchange from the new Honeywell Distribution Center in Phoenix,
Earlier this year, the group relocated its Phoenix operation to a larger facility in order to improve its distribution infrastructure and expand inventory.
The trading group was established in 2001 and has been growing in importance in the past few years with a global sales forces and stocking locations in Europe, North America, and soon-to-open Asia-Pacific warehouse.