B&H Worldwide to go global with AOG service

Stuart Allen, B&H Worldwide CEO

Aerospace logistics provider B&H Worldwide has extended its aircraft on the ground (AOG) service to cover its entire global operation.
B&H’s AOG service is operated from its Heathrow 24/7 Critical Logistics Centre – a permanently staffed single point of contact for all customers needing expert critical logistics assistance to help get grounded aircraft back into the air.
B&H’s Group chief executive Stuart Allen said: “When a customer calls us at 3am to ask for logistics help with a grounded aircraft they get straight through to one of our highly trained AOG team who can discuss their needs knowledgably and efficiently.
“We immediately spring into action and start working on resolving their issue, thereby minimising the impact of an aircraft on the ground and at the same time saving precious time and money.”
“Too many freight forwarders make claims about their capabilities in this field which are not backed up by the reality.”

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