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SACS Boysen opens new regional base in Abu Dhabi

Posted 2 April 2018 · Add Comment

SACS Boysen Aerospace Group has opened a new Middle East sales & technical support office in Abu Dhabi.

The privately owned German company has been involved in aerospace for some 50 years, through Boysen in the standard hardware sector and SACS with a track record of 15 years within manufacturing and assembly.
With its warehousing facilities the company is supporting airlines and MROs in the region, as well as machining, sheet metallic and assembly parts to Tier 1 suppliers.
In 2017 the company, XBAG, was added to the group, to support the industry with advanced solutions for lithium-ion batteries.
“The strategy with the office in Abu Dhabi is to be closer to the customers, understand their requirement and provide with best possible technical support and total cost with logistical solutions for ‘Just In Time’ deliveries, consignment, DLF and kitting,” said Abu Dhabi CEO, Pierre Chamoun, adding that future company expansion or joint ventures could be in assembly and manufacturing in the United Arab Emirates.
 

Celebrations at the opening of SACS Boysen's new Abu Dhabi facility

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