Our logistics solutions are designed to ensure the right resource is available at the right price and quantity when and where needed. From managing a warehouse to studies and analysis, STi logisticians can provide customized solutions to support complex maintenance operations or operate existing supply operations within traditional customer frameworks.
Level of Repair Analyses (LORA)
The process (primarily economic) to determine if a failed component should be repaired or discarded and at which maintenance level this should occur;
Design Interface and Maintenance Planning
Describes the relationship of design parameters to readiness and logistics resource requirements and accounts for an integrated relationship between maintenance plans, the design process, and subsequent sustainment analyses.
Logistics Support Analysis (LSA)
The development and analysis of databases, reports, and program plans, which evaluate items such as software definition, task selections, interfaces, supportability requirements, and restraints;
Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)
A process which is recognized as a cost-effective method of ensuring safety and availability of systems;
For systems which keep operations mission ready by procuring, managing, supplying and scheduling for spare parts.
Maintenance Scheduling & Management
Where we work with OEMs to review and update maintenance planning documents through the process of analyses, technical studies and reports in support of organizational, intermediate, and depot level maintenance tasks.
Industrial Business Operations Planning
Analyzes procedures and constraints, capabilities in strategic and operational planning, and component and manufacturing technologies.
For personnel executing logistics and maintenance tasks which includes training in the use of software systems, technical publications, and maintenance policies/procedures.