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B&H Worldwide wins new business with AOG Technics

Posted 11 March 2020 · Add Comment

Heathrow headquartered B&H Worldwide has won new business managing the logistics of aircraft spare parts and engine materials for AOG Technics in Germany.


Courtesy B&H Worldwide 


AOG Technics is one of the world's leading independent specialists in the aviation industry.

The two companies have previously worked together for exports to Europe and the USA from the UK but this is the first time they have partnered in mainland Europe.

Effective immediately, B&H Worldwide's Frankfurt facility will become responsible for storing parts, despatching parts and repacking parts before despatch. Most notable among the items which will be handled are aero engine blades.

Items held in Frankfurt may be destined for multiple global destinations including the USA, Europe and Asia.  Frankfurt's location as a gateway to Europe and the frequency of international flights to other global hubs was key to AOG Technics decision to locate with B&H in the German city.

B&H Worldwide's Group Sales Director, Seth Profit said: "The location of our Frankfurt office at Cargo City has shown our customers we can provide them with a Forward Stocking Location where they can strategically position inventory in the heart of Europe and we are delighted to welcome AOG Technics to the facility."

A spokesman for AOG Technics added: "We are proud of our reputation for providing excellent service and a rapid response 24 hours a day. We decided to partner with B&H in order to expand our markets and host our inventories in other locations worldwide."

 

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