OPM Research Announces the Release of the ‘Report on the Key Websites & Marketplaces for the Aviation/Aerospace Market’

Addresses Websites Which Facilitate the Trading and Repair of Aircraft Parts

LOS ANGELES--()--OPM Research publishes its much anticipated "Report on the Key Websites & Marketplaces for the Aviation/Aerospace Market". This unique publication addresses the most important websites and marketplaces that facilitate the trading and repair of aircraft parts, primarily in the Aftermarket.

This is one of the first, and possibly the most comprehensive report of its kind on this topic. It gives a snapshot of the current key providers of web-based parts-related trading services for the Aviation Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) industry. It examines significant market trends and emerging solutions that will affect both the trade of aircraft parts and how solutions are delivered. Also provided is a non-technical overview of various industry trading mechanisms and technology such as ATA Spec 2000, Type B and Type X messaging, digital signatures and electronic forms. The report provides personnel at any type of aviation entity with a resource that can be used to better understand this market niche, and the key fundamentals that affect it.

The principal elements of the report are:

Overview of the current environment of part-related websites/marketplaces

Key mechanisms related to Aerospace Parts trading

Industry Developments that will affect how aircraft parts are managed / traded

Results of the Global User Survey – how the industry perceives these providers

Matrix of the Websites/Marketplaces Capabilities and Features

Strategies for buying and selling aircraft parts globally via Marketplaces

Best practices for protecting yourself and your information

Profiles of each the Websites/Marketplaces

As part of our research, we queried actual users of these parts-trading websites and marketplaces with an in-depth survey of their experiences, preferences and usage patterns, and provide the results of this and analysis of their feedback.

"The report clearly outlines the capabilities and features of these websites and will prove to be a value business and reference tool for any organization that handles, manages, maintains or trades aircraft parts," says John Pawlicki, the principal behind OPM Research.

The report is available via the OPM Research website: opmresearch.com

About OPM Research / OP Management (OPM):

OPM Research is part of OP Management (OPM), which has a number of aerospace-related projects and products. OPM is located in metropolitan Los Angeles, California.


OPM Research
John Pawlicki, 424-254-8450

Release Summary

The report covers the key websites which facilitate the trading of aircraft parts. We provide not only a synopsis of their key capabilities, but the results from our global user survey, and key data.


OPM Research
John Pawlicki, 424-254-8450