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Farsound launches new challenger brand

Posted 9 November 2021 · Add Comment

Romford headquartered Farsound is looking to breath new life into the aerospace engine supply chain with the launch of its innovative challenger brand.



Image courtesy Farsound

Serving the aerospace engine supply chain with its aero engine parts and logistics solutions, Farsound offers innovative and novel MRO supply solutions. With global facilities in the UK, North America, Spain, Singapore and Japan, Farsound’s bespoke supply chain and inventory management solutions deliver aircraft engine parts to the aerospace MRO sector - supplying kitting, direct line feed, carousels and vending solutions, as well as scheduled and ad hoc deliveries.

Lee Kelsey, Farsound’s Group Sales Director, said: “We are creating something within the aero engine MRO sector that others are not. We strongly believe in giving customers a choice and bring passion and a new dynamic to the sector. We strive for excellence in this dynamic and challenging environment and believe in our people to make this happen.

"We push the boundaries as we continue to grow and break new ground, developing innovative and novel solutions. We understand our customers’ needs and that there is not a ‘one size fits all’ solution.”

Kevin Sargent MBE FRAeS - Chairman of Farsound, added: “We have business ambitions beyond the conventional and an intent to bring change to the industry. We give choice to our customers in a market that is dominated by big players.”

Farsound says it puts people at its heart, with a knowledgeable team who genuinely care about what they are delivering and the people they are delivering to, offering a more personal service and commitment to providing the industry with something better through wider choice.

The Farsound team will be showcasing their new brand at a number of international aviation exhibitions including next week's Dubai Airshow and Aero Engines Europe in Norway.

 

 

 

 

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