WHAT WE DO

Extension Services

Your Extension Services Partner

The most valuable feature of AER’s service lineup is our Managed Service approach to working with our customers. We call it Extension Services, because our way of working is an extension of your business that allows you to return focus to what you do best. Whether you are in need of a distribution only program, or a full-fledged remanufacturing solution, AER truly serves as an extension of your business.

Our program includes

  • Inbound & outbound logistics

  • Inventory management

  • Product procurement

  • Real-time reporting

"AER is incredible in both professionalism and speed of service."
Daniel Weatherbie
CEO, Neomed Imaging

How we do it

At AER, a team of experts analyzes your current products and assembles custom services that allow us to do what we best- handling remanufacturing operations- so you can focus on what you do best. Save money by spending less on parts, labor, and overhead, while ensuring your operation is running as efficiently as possible by having the freedom to focus on your core competencies.

The Benefits of Working with AER for PLM

Decreased expenditure on labor, parts and overhead

Significant cost savings

Ability to focus on core competency

Increased customer satisfaction (shorter lead times)

Remanufacturing as a Managed Service

More electronics manufacturers and automakers are turning to managed services providers to extend their capacity without major capital investments, or initiatives that dilute their core team’s laser focus. Technological advancements have allowed for remanufacturing to boast a “better than new” reputation, thus leading to increased long term brand satisfaction for our partners.

AER is certified to do the work others are not.

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CLIENT SUCCESS STORY

Delphi Automotive

Delphi Automotive, a leading global supplier of automotive technology, desperately needed product support after faulty stepper motors used in production between 2003-2007 on GMT800 instrument clusters caused widespread failures, affecting nearly 10.5 million GM owners across the United States.