B&H lands Apex Aero for aircraft parts logistics

Aerospace logistics provider B&H Worldwide has signed a three year warehousing deal with UK-headquartered Apex Aero, a specialist in parts supply for Airbus and Boeing aircraft.
B&H will handle all forward stocking location (FSL) services for Apex Aero through its climate-controlled warehouse at London Heathrow.
From there, the parts will be shipped to locations across the globe, to support Apex’s network of airline customers and MRO’s.
Apex Aero also supports other suppliers with high demand units to supplement stock shortfalls.
B&H Worldwide group chief executive Stuart Allen said: "We are delighted that our flexibility and global capabilities will help Apex Aero move forward with the next stage in its long-term, global development plan".
Added Apex Aero managing director Sam Darkin said: "Apex Aero believes in providing its customers with the highest quality parts and services and that’s why we chose B&H to deliver the warehousing and logistics services for our large stock pool.
"Their logistics experience, partnered with my team’s aviation expertise and in-depth knowledge of the current spares aftermarket, enables us to provide an outstanding all round service to our customers around the world ".

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