AvAir, an industry-leading inventory solutions provider for the aviation aftermarket, celebrates one year since the opening of the 25,000-square-foot warehouse facility at the Dublin Airport.
“Little did we know that the opening of the Dublin facility would soon be followed by a global pandemic,” said Mike Bianco, CEO of AvAir. “Despite the challenges the past year presented, our team continued to create strategic solutions for our clients that in turn helped expand our presence worldwide.”
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The Dublin facility removed nearly 5,000 miles from the total distance inventory traveled, saving both time and money for customers in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Since opening, AvAir has made many strategic partnerships to provide high-quality and in demand parts to the facility which ensures the parts clients need can be delivered quickly and efficiently.
“In just one short year we’ve experienced significant growth with not only our staff, but also in our inventory,” said Fjalar Scott, AvAir’s vice president of sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. “We look forward to another strong year as we help our clients prepare to get their aircrafts back in service as air travel begins to increase.”
In addition to celebrating the one-year anniversary, the Dublin facility also welcomes new employee Evaldas Kuzminas to the team. Kuzminas joins AvAir as director of sales for Russia & CIS and brings 12 years of industry experience to AvAir. Prior to joining AvAir, Kuzminas held senior roles at BAA Training, KlasJet, and most recently as Chief Commercial Officer with Magnetic Leasing. His extensive knowledge and contacts at airlines, MROs, asset managers and lessors will be an asset when generating new opportunities.
AvAir offers customized solutions for customers and suppliers to buy, sell, exchange, loan, lease or consign more than 26 million in-stock aircraft parts. The company is ISO 9001, AS9120 and ASA 100 certified, and adheres to the highest quality standards in all phases: purchasing, receiving, stocking, sales and shipping.
For more information about AvAir, visit AvAir.aero.