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Aviation News DHL wins two new MRO logistics contracts

DHL wins two new MRO logistics contracts

Romain Guillot
20 SEP 2017 | 282 words
DHL wins two new MRO logistics contracts
DHL
DHL has announced the signature of two new MRO logistics contracts over the last few weeks. The first relates to Cathay Pacific, which has chosen DHL Supply Chain to manage spare parts logistics for its fleet during maintenance operations in Hong Kong. This 10-year contract has already begun.

DHL Supply Chain manage storage, warehousing and domestic transportation of aircraft service parts for Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon's aircraft. DHL specifies that a dedicated of 120 specialists will operate on a 24x7x365 basis, managing 80,000 specific aviation part types, components and equipment used to maintain Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon's combined fleet of 180 aircraft.

In addition, the Deutsche Post DHL group's logistics specialist is announcing that it will be working with HAECO to provide additional services including parts inspection and airside operations. DHL has also signed a letter of intent (LoI) with Etihad Airways Engineering, the MRO subsidiary of the United Arab Emirates flag carrier to outsource its entire internal logistics functions.

DHL Supply Chain will manage stores, local transport movements and associated supply chain planning at the Etihad Airways Engineering hub at Abu Dhabi International Airport.

According to DHL, " Our expertise and services will help Etihad Airways Engineering to progress towards its vision and meet its strategic agenda effectively. Transforming the MRO logistics and warehousing solution will help them to remain competitive today and build capability for tomorrow". DHL adds that the layout of the current Etihad Airways Engineering warehouse will be revised to maximise the available space and that a new warehouse located outside the airport perimeter will also be added.

Note that DHL uses Etihad Airways Engineering services to maintain parts of its fleet.
Romain Guillot
Chief editor
Cofounder of Journal de l'Aviation and Alertavia


 
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