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ALA to operate under single global brand

Posted 11 January 2017 · Add Comment

Advanced Logistics for Aerospace has announced that effective January 2017, all its controlled companies in the UK, US and France are operating under the same brand, ALA (Advanced Logistics for Aerospace) - coupled with their geographical descriptor - consequently completing its reorganisation following the last acquisition in June 2016 of the Anglo-French Stag group.



The Italian specialist in distribution, logistics and service provision for the aerospace industry, has announced globally that it will trade as ALA (Advanced Logistics for Aerospace) as its global brand name.

"The rebranding process and the adoption of a single global strategy under the ALA brand is a further step in our 2020 growth plan. We are today a stronger and international group able to provide an outstanding platform to our global customers. Adopting worldwide the single name ALA will amplify this and will make it more consistent. " Said Roberto Scaramella, ALA CEO.

The global rebranding represents an important step in the strategic M&A path of the company and is coupled with the launch of the new website http://www.alacorporation.com. Today ALA directly operates in four countries with nine logistics centres.

ALA (Advanced Logistics for Aerospace) is a stocking distributor and provider of advanced logistics and innovative supply chain services and solutions to the aerospace industry.

ALA has its main office in Naples-Italy with logistics plants and operating companies in France, Italy, UK and in the US.

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