B&H Worldwide expands Singapore operations
The company has set up a 28,000-sqft facility within the ALPS free trade zone at Changi Airport to cater to its aerospace clients.
April 22, 2021
By PLA Editor
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Aerospace logistics specialist B&H Worldwide is ramping up its global expansion by doubling the size of its Singapore operations. The company has set up a new facility at Changi Airport as it aims to grow its business in one of the world’s fastest growing aerospace markets.
B&H Worldwide said the new unit, located adjacent to its existing operations within the Airport Logistics Park of Singapore (ALPS) free trade zone at Changi, will enable the company to continue serving customers with aerospace assets that require strict quality and climate control storage in a free trade zone setting.
It will also provide additional storage space for aircraft engines and other large specialist items requiring environmental controlled protection within the 28,000-sqft facility.
B&H will operate round the clock from the Singapore facility and has established a control tower operation and an additional quality monitoring centre from where it will provide full connectivity to customers across the globe.
“State-of-the-art facilities under-pinned by cutting edge IT and this doubling in the size of our operation here will enable us to meet the strong demand we are now seeing from customers across the aerospace industry,” said group CEO Stuart Allen, based in Singapore.
“It will also allow us to further extend the range of additional services we can offer customers, including long and short-term storage, inventory management, neutralising and unit inspection, all in accordance with EN9120:2018 requirements,” he added.