Once in flight, aircraft are graceful. Bringing together the parts that make them fly, however, can be a different story. Aerospace components are often bulky and/or awkward, and almost always expensive. Customs processes can be a nightmare, as many aircraft parts are classified as dual-use products — for both commercial and military applications.
Aerospace Supply Chain Outsourcing
With the soaring demand the industry has seen in recent years, it's imperative for suppliers and manufacturers to deliver accurately and on time. Failure to do so means profit margins nosedive. That's why more and more aerospace companies are outsourcing their supply chain management to highly qualified third-party AOG (aircraft on ground) logistics providers. National Logistics Network has the specialized equipment, experienced staff, and dependable infrastructure to ship aircraft parts virtually anywhere in the United States or Canada.