We don’t have to tell you how stressful and expensive an Aircraft-on-Ground failure can be. Instead, we’d rather tell you how quickly we can deliver the critical parts to put you back in business.
Green Worldwide Shipping provides international logistics support for AOG providers, MROs and all levels of the aviation industry.
24/7/365 AOG SUPPORT DESK
AVIATION LOGSITICS NETWORK (ALN)
ENGINE & ROTABLES EXPERTS
FROM TIME-DEFINITE AOG EMERGENCIES TO NATIONWIDE AVIATION SUPPORT NETWORKS
Aircraft-on-Ground means there is no time to waste when locating a component, and once found, even less time to get it in the right hands. These critical shipments may come in any scale of size, but all need the same careful handling and flexible logistics solutions.
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DOMESTIC & EXPEDITED AIR
Next Flight Out (NFO)
Priority Express Air
Deferred Air Service
FTL, LTL, Oversized
Time Definite Delivery
Hot Shot, Short & Long Haul
Secured, Air Ride Vehicles
VALUE ADDED SERVICES
24/7/365 Control Tower
Aviation Logistics Network (ALN) Experts
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AIRCRAFT ON GROUND SOLUTIONS FOR…
Engines & Rotables Experts
Aerospace & Aeronautics
Airlines & Aviation
Medical & Emergency
Maintenance & Repair
rotables & spares
Rotables and Maintenance Repair Operators have vast inventories of critical parts that must find their way to Aircraft-on-Ground clients stranded anywhere in the world. For leased or rented Rotables, this means delivering to one location but often returned from another.
This makes the logistics and transportation of high-value components as important as the part itself.
When thousands are on the line and your reputation is at stake, each shipment (no matter how small) must be treated as a priority.
NO WRONG PARTS
BLIND SHIPPING OPTIONS
ROTABLES & MRO EXPERTS
engine transportation experts
Engine logistics is one of the most complex and sensitive type of transportation moves. Not only due to the high-value of engines, but the size, scale of order and coordination needed to ensure proper handling. Destinations almost always vary depending on where the AOG or service is needed, making quality control a required element for each move.
QUALITY CONTROL PROCESS
ENGINE TRANSPORT CHECKLIST
EXPERIENCED ENGINE PROFESSIONALS
33 | ACT WITH A SENSE OF URGENCY
Being action-driven is a state of mind! It’s about getting the job done quickly without sacrificing quality. It’s important to remember that when our colleagues, customers, vendors and partners are waiting for an email, an update, or a set of instructions from us, it’s so that they can complete their own operational tasks. Freight shouldn’t wait, and neither should those who rely on us. Learn to identify and prioritize the important things that need to be completed now and stay focused until the job is done – for every customer, every shipment, every time.
Engine stand move completed from Florida to Arizona for MD Turbines.
EXPRESS INTERNATIONAL AIRFREIGHT
Emergency helicopter hoist assembly delivered from Los Angeles, California to Bucharest, Romania.
Four engines moved from Everett, Washington to Luxembourg.
SAME-DAY EXPRESS DELIVERY
Four engine stands delivered locally within California, same day, from San Bernardino to Victorville.
the whole is greater than the sum of its parts
Later pick-ups and earlier deliveries sounds easy but transporting time critical freight is much more than just a question of speed.
When time is tight, the right solution is all about the perfect interplay of humans and technology.
It’s a unique combination of speed, service and organizational skills that guarantee absolute punctuality and the highest reliability during the delivery process. Logistics simply cannot happen without these coordinating pieces.
after all, there is no such thing as competence without experience
AVIATION LOGISTICS NETWORK
Green Worldwide Shipping is a proud member of the Aviation Logistics Network (ALN) specializing in the transportation of time definite freight for the Aerospace Industry. With 350+ stations around the world, the ALN network structure provides a high degree of localized decision-making skills, when attending to and monitoring urgent freight solutions to the international Aviation community.