Serving the EMEA from Amsterdam

StandardAero, a maintenance, repair and overhaul provider based in the US, has announced that it will open its first European business aviation parts warehouse in Amsterdam, expected to be fully operational by January 2020. The new warehouse will help the company better serve customers and improve its parts support services in the EMEA region. 

Providing aircraft parts without delay

Once operational, the warehouse will stock parts for multiple aircraft models, including engines for the Honeywell TFE731, HTF7000 and CFE738 and Honeywell APU parts. In the future, it will also have parts for Challenger, Citation Global, Falcon, Gulfstream, Hawker and Lear airframes. 

Additionally, the new parts warehouse increases StandardAero’s current capacity, making it easier for people to get the parts they need without delay. The move will help the company continue growing its footprint in Europe as it seeks to offer better services and support for customers across the continent. 

A global logistics hub

Amsterdam’s logistics sector is responsible for more than 180,000 jobs in the region. Over 400 transport and logistics companies are present in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is Europe’s third-largest cargo airport. The city’s location puts over 500 million potential customers across Europe within close reach, making it an ideal location for companies pursuing growth.

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