As part of its plans to expand its global footprint, aircraft spares company Apoc Aviation has opened its Singapore warehouse.
The new warehouse in Singapore will hold stock of modern A320 family and B737 components. The company plans to open new warehouses in the Asia Pacific region as well as in the US during the first quarter of 2021.
“An Asia Pacific base means our stock is in place ready to serve the region as Asian operators get their fleets flying again,” said Karim Grinate, Vice President – Component Sales at APOC Aviation. “We believe that through regional deployment, operating in local languages and within the same time zone, we can deliver the fastest and most efficient service to our customers.”
Apoc Aviation considers Singapore as the ideal strategic trading position allowing the company an excellent departure point to conquer the local market. The company leaders are looking at China and Hong Kong for another Asian warehouse location.
APOC Aviation is one of the world’s newest aircraft part-out companies. The HQ and the principal warehouse are located in Rotterdam. The company provides a large stock of quality parts for the aviation industry.
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