Logistics firm Priority Freight has appointed Andrew Austin as its new group operations director.
UK-based supply chain and logistics provider Farsound Aviation has won approval from Pratt & Whitney (P&W) to become a supplier for the firm.
Star Navigation, a manufacturer of flight management systems, has signed a partnership with Kuehne + Nagel subsidiary Nacora Insurance Brokers to offer their mutual customers cost savings.
UK-based PDQ Airspares has extended its use of Component Control's MRO and logistics software after increased customer demand in regions including China, Germany and Singapore.
Kuala Lumpur-headquartered FM Global Logistics has joined the Aviation Logistics Network (ALN).
UK-based consumables supplier PDQ Airspares is partnering with Danish line-maintenance provider Northern Aerotech to open a distribution centre in Thailand. PDQ, which already has a facility in Singapore, is to stock Boeing and Airbus parts at Northern Aerotech’s facility at Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok. Under the agreement Northern Aerotech staff will manage the warehouse of PDQ stock and ensure parts are available for PDQ’s customers.
Lufthansa Technik Logistik Services (LTLS) has opened a new facility in Shenzhen, in southern China’s Guangdong province.
The Canadian division of the UK-based MRO Marshall Aerospace and Defence has bought new premises at Abbotsford Airport in British Columbia. The 4,300sq-ft facility is set to become Marshall Aerospace Canada’s head office, taking over from its office in Ottawa, and from which it will provide maintenance services including: aircraft structural integrity support; modifications and repairs; and logistics support.
Parts supplier AJ Walter Aviation has been awarded “authorised economic operator” (AEO) status by the UK’s revenue and customs authority.
Maintag and Zebra Technologies are jointly offering a new radio tagging solution for aviation manufacturers and maintenance providers. ‘Flyplug’ is a label-based format for aerospace RFID parts identification, and is marketed as an upgrade from older barcode identification labels or name plates. The solution includes a software license, Zebra Technologies RFID printers, and Maintag's on-metal ‘Flychip’-embedded RFID tags.