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Aerospace and Defense

At GEODIS, our primary mission is to help you overcome your Aerospace and Defense logistical constraints. Our activities for the Aviation, Space, and Defense sector tackle the specific challenges of each stakeholder, from manufacturer to after-sales service.

GEODIS uses its thorough knowledge of Aerospace and Defense logistics to create new methods and tools for optimizing the supply chains in this Vertical Market. Our teams analyze the challenges of each industry – while taking their evolution into account – to offer customized, flexible, and agile solutions. We also emphasize a business culture focused on innovation, with a community of experts who embrace creativity and teamwork. We have successfully merged with startups, and we continuously invest in and test a variety of innovative concepts that will impact the supply chain of tomorrow.

GEODIS has offered transportation and logistics solutions for the Aerospace and Defense market for more than 20 years, and our advanced logistics solutions are tailored to the exceptional nature of the products in your sector. We are firmly committed to managing, organizing and monitoring operations and processes in a way that guarantees product security during shipment. See details

Customs operations are an integral part of international transport. However, they can also delay the circulation of products and lead to extra expenses. In addition, product- and sector-specific rules can sometimes lead to shipments being held at customs. This is why customs clearance services should never be ad hoc, they should always be perfectly controlled. See details

GEODIS has vast management expertise in  Aerospace and Defense logistics, with experts committed to optimizing your supply chain. We'll support you with an all-inclusive offer for managing your purchase orders and invoices while improving your service. See details

The aviation, space, and defense markets are expanding. With around 28,000 aircraft in use around the world, the market for maintenance – including repairs and major modifications – has grown considerably, and has begun to impact our customers’ supply chains. At the same time, European and American companies are now facing the increasing power of Asian and Middle Eastern airline companies. Growing geopolitical instability has led to a surge in defense markets around the world, which in turn has caused increased operational maintenance issues. It is now more important than ever to reduce expenses and optimize your supply chain. See details

Our customers’ orders in this market are already backlogged, and they have full orders lined up for the foreseeable future. Their main concerns are therefore: On-time production Meeting the costs outlined in the sales contract Guaranteeing the required quality standards See details

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