Aircraft Specialties, Inc. (ASI) of Omaha, Nebraska, has expanded its Repair Management Division by bringing on a new manager. Chelse Shaff joined the ASI family in February and has since worked to develop this new role for the company. Her position thrusts ASI’s Repair Management Division forward, a service that assists customers in sourcing repair services and maintenance parts and products.
ASI’s Repair Management Division uses the company’s long-standing relationships and purchasing power to deliver cost-effective, expedient solutions for repair and purchasing needs. They work with industry-leading partners to extend their support beyond wheels and brakes. With Shaff's new role as department head, she'll use her own industry relationships and knowledge in conjunction with ASI's to source unlimited solutions.
Shaff brings 12 years of industry knowledge and experience with an extensive background in full-service logistics, aircraft engine, parts, and maintenance programs, aircraft maintenance tracking programs, and aircraft parts acquisition and sales, to name a few. ASI Leadership is eager to utilize her knowledge and expertise to develop and expand ASI’s Repair Management Division. Shaff says her vision for this position is to help the company grow its sourcing capabilities to show clients that ASI is much more than a wheel and brake shop. “Our company is known for our amazing customer service, and we want to provide that same level of service to our clients for all their repair and parts sourcing needs, not just wheels and brakes," says Shaff.
Shaff has spent the last five months working with management to develop and define her role, bringing new and innovative ideas to the table. Director of Sales Gene Portela says, “Chelse came to our company with high energy and many great ideas. We will continue to collaborate with her in growing this division to a much larger scale. This step will help move us forward in our pursuit to provide a ‘one-call-does-all’ service where our clients can enjoy the same great service no matter what they are looking for.”