Foreign allies of the United States fly over 6,600 aircraft and have purchased numerous other complex systems that need continuous modifications and upgrades. In this white paper, we discuss how your company can gain access to technical exchanges led by the United States Air Force, which facilitate the sustainment and modernization of foreign allies' military fleets worldwide.
With over 70 countries that fly the C-130 across Asia, Europe, Oceania, Africa, and North and South America, there are dedicated sales channels for aftermarket products and services. Our whitepaper tells you which trade shows offer the best opportunity for success, and we provide unique cost-effective ideas that will set you apart from your competitors.
The Deputy Under Secretary of the Air Force for International Affairs (SAF/IA) delegated day-to-day oversight of Foreign Military Sales (FMS) via official government channels to the Air Force Security Assistance Center (AFSAC/IAS), but did you know that FMS accounts for only 40% of all aftermarket transactions? Our whitepaper describes how Direct Commercial Sales (DCS) can be a viable alternative to growing your international sales capabilities through government-to-commercial channels.