CORE-NAS

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WHAT WE DO

Air Force Supplies

CORE-NAS is supported by one of the largest and most complex supply chains in the world. Our aim is to deliver the following capabilities; Transportation - Maintenance - Repair - Procurement - Inventory management and product lifecycle management of both inexpensive consumable items as well as very expensive reparable items with long life cycles.

Military

CORE-NAS is a comprehensive suppliers for Government procurement and commercial enterprise allowing military outfits to find new and replacement items instantly.

Healthcare

The delivery of modern health care depends on groups of trained professionals and paraprofessionals coming together as interdisciplinary teams. CORE-NAS bring together industry leaders (from manufacturing, development and delivery) with health providers to help achieve a more cost-effective, high-quality care system. Our view is we must team with doctors, nurses and care givers to understand the true requirement in order to find the right solution.

John Fenga

John Fenga

C.E.O

With a career that has spanned over two decades in industries such as Real Estate, Healthcare and Law as well as countless hours supporting specific philanthropic initiatives, John Fenga has been able to help customers gain efficiency through adopting enterprise wide solutions that streamline the way they do business. "Its not what you implement that will change your world, its how you educate what you implement that will" John stated during an interview on South American forces and the way they are forced to adopt change to cater for the growth they are experiencing and will experience over the next decade. John Fenga has worked in a number of engagements through many third world and emerging economies that have provided him with an understanding on how to assimilate multiple cultures into a single working business ecosystem.

 

John's Blog

Should we be using smart rifles in the military

Testing of a radical ‘smart rifle’ that can automatically aim itself has begun.
The US army have acquired six $27,000 ‘smart rifles’.
The Smart rifle uses a built in computer to aim at a target, and can even ‘lock on’ top targets and automatically track them.

The system includes a Linux-powered computer in