As one of the world's largest airlines, we know the value of operational efficiency. From AOG to production support to spares distribution, our dependable compliance procedures, proven reliability and engineered services can help improve aerospace supply chains.
After all, we operate one of the world’s largest airlines. We’re also quite good at handling the logistics of aerospace production support, spares distribution and quality management. How good?
Today, lightning speed and buttoned-up service are the price of entry in aerospace logistics. Our global transportation services get your shipments delivered pronto. But you also get the speed and precision of a single-source provider that can consolidate handoffs, manage customs issues and coordinate seamless transitions from warehouse to final delivery.
Whether you're moving raw materials, components or sub-assemblies, we support inbound, in-plant and outbound movements to and from the manufacturing plant and end customers worldwide.
We know nothing is more important than speed and reliability when it comes to maintaining planes in service. When an aircraft isn’t flying (AOG), it's lost revenue. We also know a well-tuned global spare parts network is crucial to your success and that of your operators.
From production and assembly to maintenance, repair and overhaul, optimal performance and accuracy must be ensured. Our trained, certified quality inspectors monitor and track the accuracy and integrity of inbound and outbound parts. Using blueprints, they ensure inbound parts are consistent with engineering designs. And they visually inspect and capture serial numbers for outbound shipments.
Not only are we one of the world’s largest customs brokers, we're certified to the AS9100 and AS9120 aerospace standards for quality. We stay on top of customs-related requirements and tariffs to help navigate your shipments to their final destinations.
When Japan Airlines faced an AOG situation on a holiday weekend and needed to get a grounded 787 flying again fast, UPS did the heavy lifting.
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