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B&H Worldwide signs three year deal with Advantage Future Tech

B&H Worldwide signs three year deal with Advantage Future Tech

B&H Worldwide has signed a three-year exclusivity deal with Advantage Future Tech (AFT) to manage its inventory and shipping services in the USA.  As a part of the agreement the two companies will also formally collaborate on joint marketing activities to enhance the reach and impact of their services.

Advantage Future Tech is a global exclusive distributor of OEM turbine engine parts, avionics, satellite connectivity and UAS and UAM product portfolios, covering all aftermarket segments.

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Within the United States, B&H will be responsible for managing AFT’s inventory within its Miami and Los Angeles facilities from where it will onforward shipments throughout the country.  B&H Worldwide’s east and west coast facilities, which are AS9120B certified, will perform quality checks on inbound and outbound shipments. Utlilising the bespoke FirstTRAC WMS and tracking systems, the teams will ensure exceptional standards are met for the customers.  Operating around the clock, the entire operation aims to optimise AOG response times.

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Says B&H Worldwide’s Group CEO, Stuart Allen: “Advantage Future Tech is expanding its operations in the Americas and is set for considerable growth.  By partnering with them we will be able to take advantage of the synergies which come from two specialist organisations in the field working in close cooperation and together deliver exceptional service to our customers”.

In response to this exciting development, Boyd Ng, Senior Manager of Advantage Future Tech, comments, “This partnership with B&H Worldwide marks a significant milestone for Advantage Future Tech. We are confident that combining our expertise with B&H’s proven capabilities will not only enhance our operational efficiency but will also elevate the overall customer experience. Together, we look forward to reaching new heights in the aerospace and aviation logistics industry.”

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James Graham

James Graham is an award-winning transport media journalist with a long background in the commercial freight sector, including commercial aviation and the aviation supply chain. He was the initial Air Cargo Week journalist and retuned later for a stint as editor. He continues his association as editor of the monthly supplements. He has reported for the newspaper from global locations as well as the UK.


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