B&H Worldwide has signed an AOG and time critical freight services contract with Hong Kong Airlines, which will see them provide a range of time critical solutions to the Special Administrative Region’s regional carrier which serves more than 35 destinations across Asia and the Pacific.
The new contract which is effective immediately will be controlled by B&H from its 24/7 365 Hong Kong facility and in particular manage freight import and Customs clearances for Hong Kong Airlines to ensure the timely arrival of its critical engineering parts and supplies. As the carrier continues its expansion programme through the addition of new routes B&H will also provide AOG logistics to and from the new destinations.
By committing to provide timely services with full transparency though utilising its in-house designed IT system, OnTrack, to manage the process Hong Kong Airlines will receive a cost-effective freight solution.
Commenting on the new contract, B&H Worldwide CEO, Stuart Allen says: “This further strengthens our relationship with Hong Kong Airlines and we are very excited to be part of their expansion plans. As the airline adds new routes to its network, we will ensure its critical engineering logistics requirements are fully supported via the B&H global network and our suite of aerospace logistics services”.
B&H has Customs experts at all its operating centres to provide country specific specialist knowledge to meet customer requirements and ensure their supply chains are not compromised by unforeseen issues.
About B&H Worldwide
Established in 1988 in the UK, B&H Worldwide is a market leader in the highly specialist aerospace logistics industry. Over the last 30 years B&H has expanded globally and today operates from ten strategically located aerospace hubs around the world and has a customer base which includes airlines, spare part stockists, MROs and repair vendors. Its innovative, in-house designed IT solutions are highly tailored to suit customer operating models and its OnTrack software sets the benchmark for the aerospace logistics industry.