Singapore Airlines awards contract for A380 refurbishment project to K+ N
April 3, 2019: Kuehne Nagel has been awarded a three-year logistics contract for an A380 refurbishment project with Singapore Airlines for 14 of its A380 aircraft.
According to the agreement, the logistics specialist will provide the customer with end-to-end digital support and manages the material from pick up at suppliers via all modes of transport into a Singapore-certified aerospace logistics hub where the material gets goods received, quality inspected, kitted and handed over to hangar maintenance in time and sequence.
%u201COur KN InteriorChain solution will be the backbone for the A380 fleet refurbishments. KN InteriorChain is seen as an innovative solution to the logistical requirements of an organisation%u2019s refurbishment project. We developed and launched it as an end-to-end digital logistics solution covering the entire lifecycle of aircraft interiors,%u201D said Erik Goedhart, SVP Aerospace at Kuehne Nagel.
Through certified systems, processes and experts, KN InteriorChain allows organisations to concentrate on ensuring high standards of interior installation and refurbishment while Kuehne Nagel focuses on delivery of parts on schedule, whether at production line or MRO hangar.
K N informs through a statement: %u201COver 300 aircraft have been refurbished and are back in operation according to planned schedules via the deployment of KN InteriorChain.%u201D
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