B&H Worldwide expands in Miami, USA
Feb 25, 2019: UK-based aerospace logistics provider B&H Worldwide has moved its US-east coast operation to a larger facility at Miami, Florida.
This expansion comes in response to increased, ongoing customer demand and forecasted business growth in the US.
Both its specialist warehouse and offices have been moved to the new location which will enable it to triple available warehouse capacity for customers.
The new Miami facility, located in close proximity to the airport cargo area, features climate controlled and non-climate controlled areas to cater for the specialist aerospace shipments the company handles.
In addition to more overall space, the new Miami site also means larger structural parts can now be held within the building alongside long and short-term storage items requiring climate-controlled facilities. In combination with its FirstTrac software solution the company is able to offer comprehensive warehouse and inventory solutions, including seamless integration to other ERP and inventory systems.
"Miami is not only one of the largest MRO markets in the US but also the world and one of the fastest growing," states Stuart Allen, Group CEO, B&H Worldwide.
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