Depot will complement new Bombardier Regional Support Office at Haneda Airport
Bombardier Aerospace today officially opened a CRJ regional jet and Q-Series turboprop spare parts depot near Japan’s Narita International Airport.
Operated by Schenker-Seino Co. Ltd., the 4,000-square-foot (462 m2) depot will be stocked with approximately 2,300 regional aircraft line items and is meant to provide a faster and more comprehensive spare parts service to Bombardier Regional Aircraft customers in Japan and elsewhere in Asia.
Supporting Bombardier’s primary distribution facilities in Chicago and Frankfurt are other Bombardier spare parts depots located in Montreal, Beijing, Sydney, Singapore, Dubai and Sao Paulo.
The Japan spare parts depot opening is part of Bombardier’s commitment to establish additional spare parts depots, increase the number of recognized maintenance service providers, and add more regional support offices.
"We continue to invest in our customer support operations globally to ensure our operators can benefit from ready access to needed parts," said Udo Rieder, Vice President, Parts Logistics and Services, Bombardier Aerospace. “Our operators in Asia will now benefit from superior levels of parts support in their region.”
“The Narita spare parts depot and Haneda Regional Support Office are fulfilling our commitment to provide additional services to our customers in Japan and elsewhere in Asia,” said Todd Young, Vice-president, Customer Support, Bombardier Regional Aircraft.
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