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B&H Worldwide sets up second Control Tower at Singapore's Changhi

UK's award-winning multi-national specialist logistics provider, B&H Worldwide, has established a second Control Tower at its climate-controlled facility in Singapore to boost the Lion City's position as one of the fastest growing aerospace markets in the world, with connectivity across the Far East and Oceania

B&H Worldwide sets up second Control Tower at Singapore's Changhi

UK's award-winning multi-national specialist logistics provider, B&H Worldwide, has established a second Control Tower at its climate-controlled facility in Singapore to boost the Lion City's position as one of the fastest growing aerospace markets in the world, with connectivity across the Far East and Oceania

23 January 2019 - 19:00

UK's award-winning multi-national specialist logistics provider, B&H Worldwide, has established a second Control Tower at its climate-controlled facility in Singapore to boost the Lion City's position as one of the fastest growing aerospace markets in the world, with connectivity across the Far East and Oceania.

Its strategic location within the ALPS Free Trade Zone at Changi Airport provides an innovative and integrated information hub that will enable team members to proactively monitor customer shipments 24/7/365 at the same time as providing updates and full visibility to them, the company said.



Operationally effective from mid-January 2019 at the Changi Airport facility, the Control Tower will utilise the newly designed, next generation, FirstTrac computer system to manage shipments.



'This new initiative is an exciting start to 2019 and will give customers operating across multiple time-zones even greater confidence in our services. All our global solutions are under-pinned by cutting edge IT and state of the art facilities and the new Control Tower will enable our highly trained teams to maintain robust operating procedures,' says B&H Worldwide Group CEO, Stuart Allen.


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