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Pattonair opens office in Japan

Posted 2 February 2018 · Add Comment

Derby headquartered aerospace and defence supply chain service provider, Pattonair, has further expanded its global footprint with the opening of an office in Japan, as the latest stage in fulfilling the companyís global expansion strategy.



Above: Pattonair's Derby HQ.
 
The Japan office extends Pattonair’s presence in Asia where it already operates a facility in Singapore and an office in China. Located in Nagoya, the new office is headed up by Business Development Manager, Naoki Makino, and will focus on supporting Pattonair’s current Japanese customers and growing the local market for the company’s world class supply chain services for both OEM and MRO sectors.    
 
Pattonair is an established provider of supply chain solutions to major Japanese OEM’s in support of civil aircraft engines. Last year Pattonair won its first contract from All Nippon Airways (ANA) servicing the airline’s global MRO network with the supply of C class parts for its Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engine which powers Boeings 787 Dreamliner. 
 
David Schaffar, President of Pattonair Asia, said: “We distinguish ourselves in the market by our global network, world class service and the ability to tailor solutions to a customer’s specific needs and performance goals.  Being close to our customers is an essential part of this which the new office will provide for our Japanese customers.”
 

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