Skylink Adds Another 1,500 Rotables To It’s Asset Repair Care Program

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Skylink, Inc. 

Orlando, FL: In Q4 of 2017, Skylink, Inc., a company focused on total material solutions for world operators, MROs, lessors, and militaries, announced they have added another 1,500 aircraft rotables into their Asset Repair Care program from a longstanding Brazilian operator client. Under the agreement, the 1,500 aircraft parts, that range from aircraft brakes to avionics, will be held in Orlando, FL for inventory management, asset repair, and aircraft maintenance allocation. 


Of the company’s recent Q4 Asset Repair Care results, their outspoken CEO Nate Anglin said, “This is just another great milestone for this exclusive, hand tailored solution. It’s not just a great win for us, but for our client. We’re incredibly focused and driven to produce actionable results. This is one way we can help our operator clients reduce TATs, decrease total repair costs and invest the added time and energy back into more profitable endeavors within their operation. We look forward to continuing the rollout of this solution to future operator and MRO clients.”

To produce the aircraft part repair results Skylink clients seek, they  focused attention in the following areas: 

  • Streamlining repair processes and removing unnecessary complexity from typical repair supply chains.

  • An intense focus on reducing TATs and overall rotable cycle times.

  • Looking at the total cost of repair, from when it is shipped to when it’s received, and eliminating wasteful costs.

About Skylink, Inc.: Skylink, Inc., is an aircraft maintenance material company that keeps fleets in the air through their total material care.  Founded in 1986 and based in Orlando, FL, they’ve quietly surpassed 35 countries working with exclusive operator, MRO, lessor and military clients. Their dedicated clients know them for their over the top customer-centric focus and through their Never Forget Your Wings promise.