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B&H Worldwide awarded Aloia Aerospace contract

Posted 24 July 2019 · Add Comment

Specialist aerospace spare parts outsourcing company Aloia Aerospace has awarded a contract to B&H Worldwide, to manage its warehousing, handling and inventory.



Above:
B&H Worldwide operations at Heathrow Airport.
Courtesy B&H Worldwide


Sao Paulo Brazilian headquartered, Aloia Aerospace (with main operations in Miami), will use B&H Worldwide’s London Heathrow logistics facility and its integrated IT system FirstTrac to manage their inventory.

Through establishing a European parts facility, Aloia Aerospace will be able to further extend its operations in the UK and Europe.  The parts which B&H Worldwide will manage through its Heathrow Control Tower will include tooling, electronic parts and paint for a variety of aircraft types destined for national and regional carriers.

Aloia Aerospace will despatch parts to customers through FirstTrac, the parts will be processed at B&H Worldwide at London Heathrow and will be despatched to the destination with notifications being sent back to Aloia Aerospace throughout the shipping process.

"Aloia were clear that the visibility and advanced features provided by B&H Worldwide’s FirstTrac platform was a key component of their decision to choose B&H Worldwide", said Group Sales Director, Seth Profit.  "Our speed of response and 24/7 manned capabilities will also enable them to serve their customers across these new regions as they develop their services."
 

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