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Aeroxchange in new agreement with Saudia Aerospace Engineering Industries

Posted 6 June 2019 · Add Comment

Aeroxchange has announced that Saudia Aerospace Engineering Industries (SAEI) selected Aeroxchange’s AeroBuy solution to drive asset optimization and increase supply chain transparency.

 

SAEI is headquartered in Saudi Arabia at King Abdul Aziz International Airport (KAIA) in Jeddah. With over 59 years of experience, it is one of the largest Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) service providers in the Middle East. SAEI provides full maintenance support to Saudi Arabian Airlines’ (SAUDIA) fleet and also provides services to SAUDIA’s affiliates and other major local regional and international airlines.

“We are pleased to welcome SAEI onto the Aeroxchange platform and look forward to integrating SAEI’s AMOS system seamlessly into the Aeroxchange e-commerce network,” said Albert Koszarek, President and CEO of Aeroxchange. “AeroBuy will provide SAEI full visibility across its entire purchase order process by automating and standardising communication with its trading partners. This is a first step in a plan to automate SAEI’s entire MRO supply chain. With SAEI’s prestigious reputation, this new agreement adds substantial value to our efforts in expanding Aeroxchange’s presence in the Middle East.”

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