Aero Inventory partners with Kuehne + Nagel to support expansion

Aero Inventory, a leader in the provision of customised e-based procurement and inventory management solutions to the global aerospace industry, has selected Kuehne + Nagel to support its geographical expansion through the provision of airfreight and contract logistics services.

Under the terms of a new contract Kuehne + Nagel will now strengthen its existing relationship with Aero Inventory, supporting the company's strategic growth plans. Kuehne + Nagel currently has a strong business partnership with Aero Inventory in the UK, Ireland, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Bahrain, and was recently awarded a new contract in Australia.

Kuehne + Nagel provides an extensive range of aviation logistics solutions to Aero Inventory, including transport, receipt, handling and inspection of aerospace consumables, AOG deliveries, customs clearance, and reverse logistics, particularly within the Asia-Pacific region. In addition, Aero Inventory benefits from complete visibility of shipments and corresponding Cargo 2000 route maps via Kuehne + Nagel's logistics information system, KN Login.

Paul Docker, Chief Operating Officer, Aero Inventory comments: "We have developed a very successful partnership with Kuehne + Nagel over the last 3 years, through close co-operation and sharing of knowledge, resulting in us confidently putting our trust in Kuehne + Nagel as we prepared to begin operating our largest single contract with Qantas. We are already enjoying the many positive advantages of partnering with one of the world's leading integrated logistics providers, as we continue to meet and exceed our customer's demanding expectations."

Peter Ulber, Chief Executive of Kuehne + Nagel, North West Europe adds, "We are proud to be working in collaboration with Aero Inventory at this exciting time in the company's development. Kuehne + Nagel's award-winning portfolio of logistics services specifically developed for aviation meets the supply chain challenges that Aero Inventory faces in this competitive market."