Which Avionics Suppliers Should You Avoid?

November 30th, 2007|| · No Comments ·

Whether you’re looking to save money, receive a better fill rate or find a more service oriented avionics supplier, you’ll probably spend some time searching online. You can save time and aggravation trying to procure Automatic Pilot Mechanisms and Airborne Gyro Components Avionics systems as well as other parts if you can differentiate between promising avionics supplier websites and those you should avoid. What are some things to look for?

It doesn’t matter whether you need to purchase Intercommunication and Public Address Systems Airborne Avionics parts or the Interfaces Avionics rely on, your supplier should be reliable. A reliable avionics supplier will usually invest in a quality website. An easy to use, complete catalog is a hallmark trait of a decent supply company. Easy to access customer service options, a simple RFQ form and a complete physical address and direct telephone number are also key things to look for.

An avionics supplier website doesn’t have to look fancy to reflect a legitimate business, but it should be professionally built and managed. How can you tell? If the graphics are relevant and there are several links to appropriate and valuable content, you’re on the right track. A generic website with a familiar looking template, inadequate catalog, little or no corporate information and no indication of their whereabouts says little about the quality of the company it represents. Avoid sites like these and you will significantly reduce your chances of making a costly purchasing mistake.

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