The Bolloré Logistics Aerospace teams from USA, Canada and France attended the HAI Heli-Expo held in Dallas, Texas, from March 6th to 9th, 2017.
The Helicopter Association International (HAI) Heli-Expo is the world’s largest trade show dedicated to the international helicopter community.
This year, more than 17,000 people attended the show and 62 aircrafts were on display. This tradeshow was an excellent opportunity to welcome many clients and prospects at the Bolloré Logistics booth and showcase our solutions geared towards helicopters & spares supply chain.
Bolloré Logistics Dallas marked their presence at the Heli-Expo by successfully handling the transportation and logistics for Airbus Helicopters’ H135 helicopter, in collaboration with Bolloré Logistics Germany.
The scope of work of operations included the transportation from Munich to Dallas; customs clearance; unloading of the aircraft and loading onto the truck; delivery to Airbus Helicopters who assembled the helicopter. Bolloré Logistics Dallas will be handling the return transport in April.
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