Unipart Logistics wins Airbus logistics services deal

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UK-based supply chain services provider Unipart Logistics has won a multi-year contract to provide in-plant logistics services to Airbus.

The contract will become effective as of early 2023 and will see Unipart Logistics be responsible for the receipt of products brought in from around the world to Airbus’ onsite wing assembly lines in both Broughton in north Wales and Bristol in the southwest of England.

It will also entail responsibility for warehousing, kitting and line feed logistics.

Simon Wheelton, aerospace & defence sector director for Unipart Logistics, said: “We are very pleased to enter into a long-term partnership with Airbus, committing to supply chain transformation and driving best practices across these production logistics operations.

“Our foundation of process excellence, engagement and sustainability closely aligns with Airbus’ and, when combined with our world class health and safety standards and the application of digital solutions, enables us to deliver Airbus’ vision for logistics which has sustainability, safety, quality and innovation at its heart,” he said.

Ian Truesdale, Unipart Logistics’ managing director, added: “I am truly excited about the potential for this new supply chain partnership and delighted that Airbus has chosen to work with a transformation partner who has the capability, the culture and the innovation to support a step change in operational performance to achieve its own exciting production targets.”

 

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