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NYCO and OEMServices extend ogistic services agreement to the Middle East

Posted 20 June 2019 · Add Comment

NYCO, which develops and manufacturing of high performance lubricants and synthetic ester bases and OEMServices, a logistics and trading services company for airlines and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) extend their worldwide AOG support agreement to OEMServicesí Dubai service centre and offer customers in the region local support services through proximity.

 

“This new logistic platform allows us to be closer to our customers located in the Middle East. Thanks to our storage units with OEMServices, we will offer airlines, MROs, OEMs and distributors a selection of products likely to respond to routine, critical and AOG requests,” said Anne-Sophie Monat, NYCO Supply Chain and customer support manager.

“We are delighted of this renewed mark of trust. This extension of our agreement is a recognition of our expertise and understanding of the aviation supply chain and a reward of the service level offered as well as the long-term relationship between OEMServices and NYCO.” said Didier Granger, president of OEMServices.

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