Embraer chooses Menlo for Asian parts support

Aviation International News » May 2007
April 30, 2007, 12:13 PM

Brazilian airframer Embraer has selected Menlo’s Singapore Logistics Centre as regional hub for service parts warehousing and fulfillment in Asia. The company will operate a regional logistics hub providing dedicated service parts warehousing and distribution to support the expansion of Embraer’s line of regional and business jets in the Asia-Pacific market.

Under the terms of the contract, Menlo has established a dedicated, 24/7 operation at its Singapore regional logistics hub to provide rapid response fulfillment to Embraer’s Asia-based customers and will maintain a complete inventory of repairable, expendable and structural parts for the OEM’s ERJ 145 and E170/190 jetliners. The facility is located in Singapore’s Airport Logistics Park Free Trade Zone.

Menlo Worldwide is a global provider of logistics, transportation management and supply-chain services with operations in North America and 20 countries.

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