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Melville New York - Transaero Inc. announces the launching of its online product shopping website.  The online ordering/RFQ system features over 10,000 parts with many images for commercial airline, military and life support products that Transaero offers. With this launch, Transaero Inc. has expanded its capabilities making ordering and requesting quotes conveniently accessible 24/7. Customers will be able to view product availability, place orders/RFQ's online, and receive electronic confirmations of their orders/RFQ.  Visit our online shopping website at http://shopping.transaeroinc.com.

Lance Homan, Vice President Sales states "we are excited about our present and future capabilities that the Transaero online shopping experience will provide our customers. This experience presently includes access to our products, RFQ inquiries, and stock status on many parts, in a 24/7 scenario."  Mr. Homan announces that this is only the beginning; "many great and customer-centric changes are in the pipe line that will be available to ensure top service to our customers."

The launching of the online shopping is enhanced with an updated Transaero website featuring downloadable datasheets, market specific catalogs and links to top manufacturer websites with many other features still to come.

Transaero Inc.
For over 55 years Transaero has been recognized as a leading technical sales, marketing and distribution company in support of engineered products to airline, life support and military markets worldwide. Transaero is a world leader in supplying personnel, safety and survival equipment to commercial and military customers. Customers include aircraft OEM's, commercial and regional airlines, MRO's, U.S. Government, foreign military and government agencies around the globe.  Headquartered in Melville, New York, USA, Transaero is supported by nine sales offices located around the world.  For more information about Transaero Inc. visit us at www.transaeroinc.com.

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