B&H Worldwide inks MoU with Compass Forwarding
Feb 14, 2019: B&H Worldwide, aerospace logistics provider, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with US-headquartered Compass Forwarding, a logistics provider specialising in aerospace since the early 1950s.
This expansion of their existing partnership will enhance global coverage for both parties.
B&H has nine strategically located offices in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Compass provides additional coverage in six locations between its American, Brazilian, and Middle Eastern operations.
There are considerable synergies in the ways B&H and Compass operate across the arena of aerospace logistics. These include dedicated AOG desks, 24/7/365 services, airside access, COMAT handling, forward stocking locations, repair/return management, and 24/7 visibility. Both companies provide full service and support at their key hubs alongside their worldwide offices.
Stuart Allen, Group CEO, B&H Worldwide said: "We are strong players with a similar outlook and our customers will benefit from a wider network providing the high standards of service they have come to expect from us at all locations.”
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