Monitoring and controlling the repair process for an aftermarket parts Support Company like CRS is a critical matter. New and improved space with new faces on the Repair Control Group is paving the way for enhanced services at CRS. With new and expanded office space in place this critical department within CRS is able to provide increased services to customers utilizing CRS services.
In addition to the physical changes to allow this improvement CRS has added Luis Tapia to the R.C. Group as a customer advocate in the role of Repair control Coordinator. “Mr. Tapia brings years of aviation experience to this position and we feel this move will provide our customers and CRS with a person who will be diligent in meeting customer needs” claims Armando Leighton CRS President.
The CRS Repair Control Group not only is responsible for vendor and asset management but, also they are key in the role of interfacing with our customers on managing repairs and providing technical information whenever necessary. “It is a welcome addition to our group” stated Dave Prince R.C. Group Manager. Tapia is a licensed A&P and has been in the aviation industry for over twenty years in roles ranging from component repairman, manager of a repair station, sales regional manager to purchasing manager for a charter flight department.
To meet our newest CRS team member stop by our booth #C10143 at this year’s NBAA annual meeting and convention in Las Vegas.