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B&H worldwide further expands in Asia

Posted 25 October 2017 · Add Comment

New aerospace forward stocking location opened in Alps Singapore.



Aero Engine Storage and Shipping
FSL Services
Climate controlled warehousing
Awarded Best-in-Class
24/7 fully manned operation
ISO & AS9120 accredited

B&H Worldwide has expanded to a new facility in Singapore.

The company has operated in Singapore's Free Trade Zone since the 1980’s and has now expanded to a new location within the ALPS Free Trade Zone.

"Singapore is an important strategic hub for our global operation and with our customer base of airlines, spare part stockists, MROs and repair vendors, we are committed to ensuring we meet their requirements through a single, dedicated far larger facility.  Through opening our new site, we will continue to expand our services and provide a full range of specialised solutions for handling critical aerospace parts, from aircraft engines and specialist avionics through to components and consumables.  In particular the demand for the B&H FSL (Forward Stocking Location) service and storage of aircraft engines in Singapore has driven the requirement to expand into a larger facility”.

Stuart Allen, B&H Worldwide Group CEO.

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