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Pattonair Japan strengthens presence with new office in Nagoya

Posted 29 October 2019 · Add Comment

Pattonair Japan has strengthened its presence in Japan’s aerospace industry with the official opening of a new office on 30th October 2019.



Above: Pattonair's Derby HQ.
Courtesy Pattonair


Pattonair Japan’s new permanent location in Nagoya signifies its commitment to local support for its growing customer base.
 
The move follows on from the establishment of Pattonair Japan as a Japan Trading Company in November 2018.  This represented a key development in the company’s global expansion strategy extending Pattonair’s footprint in Asia where it also operates a facility in Singapore and an office in China. 
 
Pattonair Japan supplies both OEM and MRO customers with world class supply chain services primarily in support of civil aircraft engines.  Over the last 12 months, Pattonair Japan has signed new contracts with three major OEM sub-contractors to expand its existing customer base. 
 
David Schaffar, President of Pattonair Asia, said, “This new office demonstrates that Pattonair Japan is strongly positioned to work closely with its customers.  This is in line with Pattonair’s strategy of supporting customers globally wherever they are with a world class service tailored to their needs." 


 

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