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Unlock hidden potential in your surplus inventory. By consigning your material to Bii, we can create a new revenue stream and improve your bottom line.
Aviation Consignment Asset Management at London Gatwick (LGW)

info Material is available 24/7 for your own access if needed

Fully Managed Process

Bii offers a full turnkey stock management solution, including: storage, repair/re-certification management, and marketing. We work closely with you to develop a strategy that fits your requirements.

All stock is held in our secure bonded warehouses close to Gatwick (LGW), unless authorisation is given to locate material at alternative premises. During the consignment period, you retain ownership of your material and is therefore available 24/7 for your own access if required.

We ensure that consigned stock is clearly separated (i.e. not co-mingled) in our facilities and stored under Part 145 storage conditions.

Out of sight, but not out of mind. A monthly reporting service keeps you updated across the board – reconciling all aspects of the stock. We have streamlined this process to result in one monthly invoice, one payment, making the whole consignment process faultless and simple.

Access the global marketplace
We can help you convert your surplus parts into revenue-generating assets by providing access to the global spares marketplace.

Through our sales team, we promote stock directly via our global network of airlines, lessors, MROs and repair shops. We also have access to global stock databases such as the ILS, ensuring that your material is as widely available as possible.

Our extensive worldwide network and customer base ensures we generate maximum value for your material.

Consignment management experts
Consign your stock to Bii and you will benefit from proven returns.

Specialising in stock appraisal for Boeing and Airbus platforms, we have the platform and capabilities to support you with a bespoke consignment strategy and maximise your returns.

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