What you need, when you need it.
At Air-Way, we understand your customers count on you to get them the products they need quickly and affordably, no matter when the order comes in. Our extensive inventory means our products are reliable, on-hand and ready to ship — reducing overall downtime for your customers. We specialize in short lead times, expediting and drop shipping which ensures orders are fulfilled on time. Whether you need a part for repair or to order new fittings, our comprehensive inventory and dedicated team of specialists will assure you have the products you need as quickly as possible.
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One size does not always fit all.
As industry changes, so do the needs of our customers. A one-size-fits-all approach no longer works for everyone or every product. Our engineering and design services team will work with you to assess your individual needs to provide a custom solution that works for you. We offer a level of technical service far beyond that of most fitting suppliers, tailoring our approach to your needs. In addition to our standard items, we routinely design and manufacture custom fitting sizes and configurations.
- Rapid prototyping: Developing your concept into a production print for precise manufacturing.
- PPAP (Production Part Approval Process): Ensures consistent quality for all new parts.
- Customer-involved approval process: Parts are not released until you are 100% satisfied.
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