May 05, 2016: SEKO Logistics has opened its first UK Aerospace & Aviation ‘Centre of Excellence’ at Farnborough Airport to deliver logistics and technology solutions for companies serving global customers in the sector. Farnborough was chosen as the location for its UK team of specialists because of its standing as the home of UK aerospace.
There are already Aerospace & Aviation centers of excellence in Europe, the Americas and Asia Pacific.
The SEKO team at Farnborough will help customers remove cost from their supply chains, provide total visibility of inventory and all transport and logistics movements, and identify opportunities for service level improvements.
Dean Townsend, director of SEKO Logistics, said, “Aerospace & Aviation is one of our largest industry verticals and certainly one of the fastest-growing, and we know our combination of logistics and software services are perfectly attuned to the needs of customers in the sector. Our SaaS solutions are unique to SEKO and give our customers total visibility of their assets in the supply chain. All of the vital supply chain information is accessible online and is fast and easy-to-use, eliminating time-consuming paper processes.”
SEKO’s technology offering also includes integrated GPS devices within its MySEKO software that provides real-time 2D, 3D, road, aerial or ‘bird’s eye’ tracking of cargo.
SEKO Logistics’ Aerospace & Aviation services also provide full support for customs compliance and export licenses, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), in accordance with the latest international regulations.
“We have Aerospace & Aviation customers that just use our software services to help them manage and grow their businesses as well as clients that also want our full logistics solutions on top of the cost and service benefits of working with SEKO as a carrier-neutral service provider. We are helping to transform their supply chains and making their lives easier by eliminating outdated manual process and enabling them to manage by exception,” adds Townsend.