May 31, 2023
A new Boeing [NYSE: BA] Distribution Services site is now open at Panattoni Park Rzeszów Airport III. The facility more than doubles the space for storing aircraft parts compared to the prior location and expands Boeing’s presence in Poland’s Aviation Valley, a unique industrial hub.
The new site enables advanced, customized shipping and packing processes for Boeing's partners, which will improve delivery times to commercial and military customers, including airlines, original equipment manufacturers, and maintenance, repair and overhaul operations.
“Our goal is to expand our business in the vibrant Podkarpacie region and Europe, creating new jobs and opportunities for industrial partnerships,” said Dr. Michael Haidinger, President, Boeing Germany, Benelux, Central & Eastern Europe.
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Boeing Distribution Services has operated in Poland since 2005, and supports more than 200 customers in the military and civil aerospace sectors. The headquarters in Rzeszów is Boeing’s second largest distribution center in Europe, after the chemical and specialty materials facility in Hensteadt-Ulzburg, Germany.
In October 2022, Boeing opened a state-of-the-art distribution center in Hensteadt-Ulzburg, Germany, one of Boeing’s most technologically advanced facilities. That facility, along with the new site in Poland, will help the company meet the growing demand for parts and professional aviation services across Europe.
“We are focused on continuing to grow our distribution services capabilities by leveraging and expanding our global network,” said William Ampofo, vice president, Parts & Distribution Services and Supply Chain, Boeing Global Services. “This further strengthens our ability to deliver the products and services our customers need, when and where they need them.”
Boeing’s diverse and expansive Parts & Distribution Services portfolio includes more than 15 million parts, services and tailored, platform-agnostic solutions that reduce cost, risk and complexity for production and aftermarket customers around the globe. Boeing continually strives to diversify its offerings, including investing in and developing regional distribution centers to enhance customer service.