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    FN  (Factory New)  Parts manufactured by Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), and could be purchased for OEM, an authorized distributor, or another reputable vendor. These parts include Manufacturers’ Certifications (MFG CERTS and one or more airworthiness certifications such
    as FAA Form 8130-3, EASA Form 1, JAA Form 1, SEG VOO 003, TC Form 1, Certificate of Conformance, Packing Slip, Transfer Ticket or Invoice.

    NE (New) Parts manufactured by the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and could be purchased from OEM, an authorized distributor, or other reputable vendor. These parts possess Manufacturers’ Certificates of Conformance. Some parts or material parts lack complete trace
    from the current supplier to the OEM resulting in the vendors issue their own Certificate of Conformance (COC) along with the manufacturers’ names and lot numbers.

    NS (New Surplus) New Surplus parts are new material purchased as excess inventory. They may or may not possess traceability to the OEM. Regardless of traceability, New Surplus parts will carry Component’s Certificate of Conformance issued by the vendor.

    OH (Overhauled) A part that has been rebuilt and tested in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications by a repair facility approved by the Federal Aviation Administration or the European Aviation Safety Agency or any other Civil aviation Authority. Depending on the classification and airworthiness of the component, it may possess a FAA 8130-3 Tag or an EASA Form 1.

    SV (Serviceable) Parts tested and/or repaired in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications by an FAA or EASA approved repair facility and possess a FAA 8130-3 Tag or an EASA Form 1.

    AR (As Removed) Parts extracted from aircraft that may function flawlessly, however, the supplier cannot guarantee their quality; nor can it claim that another party can repair or test them to approved standards. In short, the supplier sells As Removed parts “as is.”

    RP (Repaired/Repairable) Parts that are not necessarily broken or damaged, do not meet performance standards defined by the OEM, FAA or EASA due to normal wear and tear but repairable to restore the part to a serviceable status. Repairable parts often lack official documentation such as certifications, trace and tags.

    RB (Rebuilt)  A component that has been rebuilt to original tolerances. These parts are generally taken in on exchange, rebuilt completely under PMA, and are considered like “New.” Generally, rebuilt components will be accompanied by an FAA Form 8130-3, and vendor PMA number will be referenced, when applicable, on the airworthiness certification document.

    OR(On Request)  Parts may not be available at this time. Subject to terms and conditions of OEM

    EX (Exchange)  A unit or part sold to a customer in exchange for the same core unit in return.

    As a Seller, if you already have an inventory list, you can upload either a .csv or Excel file. The minimum required fields are Part #,
    Description/Nomenclature, Condition Code (CC) and Quantity and we have a template that you can download HERE. If you do not yet have an
    inventory list, but you have inventory, please reach out to us immediately…

    YOU set the pricing on your inventory! For an item or items that are fixed-price such as commodities for example, you can set a fixed price to
    save time where potential Buyers can bypass the RFQ process and purchase immediately. For other items you can either disclose a price or not
    and go through the RFQ process to negotiate price and terms. As a Seller, you always control how this is displayed through your storefront.

    How do multi-vendor store features boost marketplace success?

    Irrespective of your niche of business, many businesses don’t actually produce what they sell. Tie-ups with vendors is what makes these products or services available. A multi-vendor store is one where products from different vendors are sold within the same store. Online stores are increasingly banking on multi-vendor features to offer a wider variety for … Continue reading How do multi-vendor store features boost marketplace success?
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