Marshall Aerospace signs contract extension with DB Schenker
Marshall Aerospace has extended its contract with DB Schenker.
Marshall Aerospace has signed a contact with DB Schenker to extend the pair's relationship for another three years.
The former party, an independent aerospace firm, has renewed its agreement with the latter, which will continue to provide services in regard to the logistics of moving parts for military and civil aircraft.
Shipments tend to be comprised of a mixture of spare parts and urgently-required components, which could have an effect on production, were supply lines disrupted.
Commenting on the renewal, David Harrison, commercial director for DB Schenker, claimed the key to a successful partnership is integrity.
"When working for a company like Marshall Aerospace we need to have a two way relationship where they can trust us implicitly to deliver precisely what they require," he said.
This comes after Boeing also decided to extend its contract with DB Schenker for an additional ten years.
The company will continue to manage its 3PL parts distribution centre at London's Heathrow Airport.