Rockwell Collins Singapore Distribution Center Services Growing Asia-Pacific

By Juliet Van Wagenen | February 4, 2015
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Interior of a Rockwell Collins Intertrade distribution center
Interior of a Rockwell Collins Intertrade distribution center. Photo: Rockwell Collins Intertrade

[Avionics Today 02-04-2015] Intertrade, a Rockwell Collins subsidiary that distributes new and recertified engine and airframe parts, has opened a new distribution center at the Singapore Changi Airport to store and ship inventory. The warehouse, operated by SDV Logistics, will initially stock Next-Generation Boeing 737, Airbus A320 and ATR 72 inventory, as well as other avionics, aircraft components, and engine parts.

“The investment in a Singapore distribution center brings significant benefits to our Asia-Pacific customers, namely quicker delivery and reduced shipping costs,” said Shawn Berquist, director of Intertrade, noting that the new facility will allow the company to respond same-day to Asia-Pacific customers — a region that is currently exploding in terms of air traffic.

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