|By PR Newswire||
|August 13, 2014 01:00 PM EDT||
SNOQUALMIE, Wash., Aug. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- LKD Aerospace announced today the execution of a distribution agreement with NORDAM Transparency Division. The agreement names LKD Aerospace as an authorized global stocking distributor of NORDAM's transparency products, which include passenger cabin windows, wing tip and landing light lenses representing hundreds of part numbers.
The products are used on a wide variety of aircraft platforms including: Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer. LKD is now provisioning a large inventory of spare parts in aftermarket support of these multiple aircraft fleets.
Mark Chamberlain, CEO of LKD Aerospace, commented, "We are excited to expand our long relationship with NORDAM and to enter into a stocking arrangement. NORDAM is the premier OEM supplier of transparencies to Airbus and adding these as well as their other proprietary advanced technology transparency product portfolio into our distribution services network will bring many benefits to our customers around the world."
LKD Aerospace's stocking distribution business model enables same-day, AOG and Just-in-Time (JIT) shipments to our global customer base. LKD stocks thousands of part numbers and lists products on AeroXchange, Spec2000, ILS, PartsBase, the StockMarket and our website and offers seamless electronic order entry, processing and automated email invoicing for greater convenience for our customers.
About LKD Aerospace
LKD Aerospace is headquartered near Seattle, Washington and since 1983 has provided stocking distribution services for select leading aerospace, defense and energy service OEMs including Honeywell, Triumph, NORDAM Transparencies and many others for 600+ global customers.
The company also designs and manufactures both OEM and aftermarket PMA components and provides MRO services for various engine components with its FAA/EASA approved Repair Station.
Learn more about LKD Aerospace at www.LKDAerospace.com.
Headquartered in Tulsa, Okla. and employing 2,500 people across nine facilities on three continents, NORDAM is one of the world's largest independently owned aerospace companies.
The firm designs, certifies and manufactures integrated propulsion systems, nacelles and thrust reversers for business jets; builds composite aircraft structures, interior shells, custom cabinetry and radomes; and manufactures aircraft transparencies, such as cabin windows, wing-tip lens assemblies and flight deck windows.
NORDAM also is a major third-party provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul services to the military, commercial airline and air freight markets.
Learn more about NORDAM at www.NORDAM.com.
CONTACT: Summer Porter, 425-396-0829 ext 227
SOURCE LKD Aerospace
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