Avialogistics highlights VIP aircraft cleaning expertise at Business Airport World Expo
Thursday 17, February 2011
Avialogistics, a leading provider of business aviation services, offering VIP aircraft cleaning at business airports across the UK, will be highlighting its expertise at the debut Business Airport World Expo at the ‘FIVE’ event venue, Farnborough, during 1-3 March.
Julie Hoatson, Commercial Manager and Graham Batchelor, Farnborough Divisional Manager, will showcase Avialogistics’ internal and external aircraft cleaning capabilities as the company finalises plans to move into bigger offices at its Farnborough Airport HQ.
“2011 promises to be a very exciting year for Avialogistics, with lots of developments and investments reaching fruition,” said Tracy Ring. “Our new offices, home to 14 employees, overlook the airfield and provide a perfect vantage point to see customers’ aircraft land, enabling us to respond to their needs instantly.”
Avialogistics has ordered new access equipment and vehicles to strengthen its presence at Farnborough and is now in talks with bespoke equipment manufacturers regarding a new system. “This will enable us to offer even safer access and fall arrest when our experienced cleaning personnel are working at height. Working at height is a critical issue in this industry and we aim to be at the forefront regarding health and safety,” added Tracy.
Avialogistics Limited, part of the Gama Group of companies since 2009, is the UK’s oldest business aircraft cleaning company with more than 20 years’ experience. The Company provides a full range of aircraft cleaning and restocking services (for both fixed wing and rotary aircraft) to base operators and visitors at all the London airports, with Farnborough, Luton and Biggin Hill being primary bases. Cleaning support is provided to several handling agents, including TAG Aviation, Signature Flight Support, Ocean Sky Jet Centre and Biggin Hill Handling.
In addition, Avialogistics regularly travels to other locations throughout the south of England to carry out specific, ad-hoc work for its wider customer base. “Expansion is anticipated further north within the next 12 months,” highlights Tracy Ring.
Specialists in turnaround cleaning services Avialogistics aims to meet all of its customers’ needs, regardless of how short their stay in the UK is. The Company has considerable experience in maintenance cleaning and detailing services such as brightwork polishing, carpet cleaning and leather cleaning.
Working seven days per week, all Avialogistics staff, most of whom have been with the Company for a number of years, are security vetted and cleared to work airside in restricted zones. Avialogistics is also testing a new range of 100% natural products, all aviation approved, in order to reduce its carbon footprint in line with the Gama Group’s stringent environmental policy.
Founded in 1988, Avialogistics prides itself on its first-class reputation. It has trained personnel within its Management team who are responsible for Quality Audit, standards of service, cleaning procedures and staff training to ensure the highest standards are maintained.
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