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Avtrade opens new warehouse in Hong Kong

Posted 25 July 2017 · Add Comment

Avtrade have opened a new regional warehouse in Hong Kong.



The new warehouse is an integral to the company’s continued growth strategy and expansion and will provide additional support for the North Asia and China regions.

The warehouse contains a varied stock of Boeing and Airbus rotables, all of which is CAAC and FAA/EASA release certified.

The components will be available 24/7 for sale, on loan or exchange basis.

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