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CMCA(UK) relaunch ‘ask the expert’ service

Posted 14 May 2020 · Add Comment

With current conditions affecting the global supply chain, the Central Management Catalogue Agency (UK) - or CMCA(UK) - is working with customers and contacts to monitor any additional supply chain risk arising in order to maximise material availability.

Courtesy CMCA(UK)

In addition to this, it is also providing support by relaunching its 'ask the expert' service.

The service is provided to allow anyone to ask its team of subject matter experts about any queries or issues they may have in relation to difficulties with supply chain risk, obsolescence, NATO codification and Part Data Management, procurement or Long Term Storage.

The service aims to provide the much needed support and clarity some organisations require from the industry during this period of uncertainty.

CMCA(UK) is a privately owned company specialising in the development and delivery of innovative Lifecycle Support (ELS), Obsolescence Management (OM), Codification, Procurement and Long Term Storage solutions across a range of industries and applications.

The company was established in 1997 to provide NATO Codification services to the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD).

In 2014 CMCA(UK) was awarded the single source contract to perform NATO Codification on behalf of all three branches of the UK Armed Forces and still holds this contract to date.

 

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