Japan Airlines Extends Expendables Contract With Boeing For 10 Years

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Japan Airlines extended its parts inventory agreement with Boeing for another 10 years—through 2026.

The GoldCare Expendables contract covers 125,000 parts across four aircraft types: the Boeing 737NG, 787, 777 and 767.

Neither company disclosed the contract’s value. GoldCare Expendables previously was called Integrated Material Management.

“Boeing is pleased to continue our long-standing partnership with Japan Airlines, helping to improve operating efficiencies through our parts service,” said Rick Anderson, vice-president of sales and marketing, Boeing Commercial Aviation Services.

“Our focus is on providing our customers what they need, before they know they need it.”

Source: mro-network.com

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