Lydia Davies | Aug 01, 2017
June 2017: Airinmar have signed a three-year agreement with Ameriflight, LLC, a leading cargo feeder airline based in Dallas, Texas, USA, to fortify its supply chain infrastructure and maximize performance, including repair cycle management and sourcing, and systems support.
“We are delighted that Ameriflight has selected Airinmar to be its industry partner in order to optimize their supply chain performance for scheduled and contracted services operating from their 18 bases to many destinations in the Americas,” says Mike Humphreys, Airinmar President. “Ameriflight will be a great addition to our growing customer base in North America, and we look forward to working closely with them.”
“Airinmar’s services are aligned with Ameriflight’s vision to increase our competitiveness by improving the efficiency of our supply chain,” says Ameriflight Chief Operating Officer Bill Poerstel. “Our partnership with Airinmar will enable us to Streamline our rotable repair process driving efficiency and cost savings for Ameriflight.”
Airinmar media contact: Lydia Davies, Office: +44 118 932 4431; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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