TransPak is an expert in spare parts. Our supply chain process allows our customers to meet customer service level agreements (SLA), maximize production and minimize downtime. Whether it is an airplane or on ground, server down, or reduced manufacturing capacity, our customers rely on our ability to manage their service organization. To us, a critical component is spare parts. What does this type of reverse logistics look like?
Return Material Authorization (RMA)
Our teams are experts in reverse supply chain logistics. We deliver protective, reusable packaging for your RMA's so that your product is not only delivered safely, but easily packaged for safe returns.
Next Flight Out Part Shipping
TransPak has partners around the world poised and ready to deliver your replacement part - literally, on the next flight out, if needed, Next Day, Second Day, or whatever is requested.
Field Replacement Units Packaging
TransPak supplies customers with indispensable spare parts - a battery, printed circuit board, assembly piece which is integral to a bigger job. That means you are maintaining integrity “in the field” and not transporting major equipment for repairs.
With key, global customers we have reduced downtime from double digits to single. We understand how essential these technicalities are to your business: if a machine is down, you are accountable. Let TransPak learn more about how we can maximize your production capacity through our spare parts aptitude and attitude towards vital details! Contact our VP of Logistics, firstname.lastname@example.org, to learn more.
We Make It Happen!
Founded in 1952, TransPak is a worldwide leader of packaging, crating, logistics and design. A key partner to leading technology companies in the semiconductor, aerospace, medical equipment, security, and solar industries, TransPak offers its customers a comprehensive range of services. Headquartered in California’s Silicon Valley, the company has over two dozen offices around the globe, over 1.5M facility sq foot, and over 1,500 team members. To learn more please visit www.transpak.com.