Fokker launches ModStore, the online Aircraft Modifications trading place
Fokker Services, part of Fokker Technologies, opens up the Aircraft Modifications market for more than 1.000 operators of 20.000 commercial aircraft. ModStore provides a dynamic centralized forum that connects sellers and buyers of aircraft modifications. You can visit ModStore at www.modstore.aero
The ModStore is a platform facilitated by Fokker Services. Fokker Services uses the ModStore to create an open, transparent and up to date aircraft modifications trading place. Fokker Services also promotes its own modifications next to those of its partners on various aircraft types.
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ModStore was launched in September 2013 at the MRO Europe and already lists 9000 certified aircraft modifications. Modstore is quickly gaining ground among aircraft operators that benefit from free membership. Modification suppliers / sellers promote their STC’s and Modifications in a modern affordable online industry platform. Modstore is working to add additional services for sellers as well as buyers.
James Aspell, Vice President Technical Services and Aircraft Completions, says: “The Modstore provides the airlines and modifications industry with transparency and brings together supply and demand. Large as well as small suppliers can easily promote their aircraft enhancements on the global marketplace. For Fokker Services it provides great opportunities to further strengthen our role in ATR, Dash-8, Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 support. In addition, in the near future modifications for business aircraft will be added.”
Modstore customers are buyers and sellers. Buyers have free access to thousands of aircraft modifications. They can see what the modification is about and who to contact for more information. Sellers pay a fixed fee for unlimited access to add, modify or remove modifications.
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Source : Fokker Technologies