New Agreements Signed for Bolloré Logistics Singapore at the Singapore Airshow 2016

March 30th, 2016

Bolloré Logistics was present at the Singapore Airshow 2016, Asia’s biggest aviation show, which took place in Singapore from February 16-21, 2016.

​The event was a great success with more than 1,000 participating companies from 48 countries & regions including 65 of the top 100 global aerospace companies. The Airshow also welcomed more than 48,000 trade attendees from 143 countries & regions, of which 30% were from overseas, an increase of 7% when compared to 2014. Bolloré Logistics’ experts came from 16 different countries worldwide to showcase their expertise and address all concerns from new and existing customers.  

Bolloré Logistics signed an agreement with The Green Airliner Singapore.
On February 17, 2016, Bolloré Logistics signed a contract with asset management company The Green Airliner Singapore (TGAS) at the Bolloré Logistics’ Chalet on the grounds of the Singapore Airshow 2016.

This contract signed in front of the aviation community by Francois Dubrulle, President at The Green Airliner Singapore, and Fabien Giordano, Bolloré Logistics Singapore’s Managing Director covers a scope of operations for inventory management services, including freight forwarding and logistics.

Founded in 2007 in Geneva, Switzerland, The Green Airliner recently expanded its network to Asia, with a new local entity in Singapore, offering them a greater visibility in this part of the world.

Bolloré Logistics also signed a contract with Tigerair at the Singapore Airshow.
On February 19, 2016, Bolloré Logistics Singapore also formalized its collaboration with Tiger Airways Singapore Pte Ltd, also known as Tigerair, by signing a contract in front of the aviation community.

The contract was signed by Mr. Ho Yuen Sang, Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Tigerair and Mr. Fabien Giordano‎, Managing Director at Bollore Logistics Singapore Pte Ltd.

The scope of services covers warehouse operations on a 24/7 basis and delivery of parts to base and line maintenance. This contract also includes AOG delivery to aircraft at the airside. The agreement is for a period of one year with an option of extension for another two years.

The Singapore Airshow will now be back in action in the year 2018.


About Tigerair
Tigerair is a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines Limited. Established in 2004, Tigerair is a leading Singapore-based airline company. With a fleet of Airbus A320-family aircraft, Tigerair operates flights to 40 destinations across Asia such as Singapore, Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. For more information, please visit

About The Green Airliner
Established in Switzerland in 2007, The Green Airliner is an asset management company which excels in aerospace asset redeployment, at any time in aircraft program cycle, from production to decommissioning. For more information, please visit


Tigerair signature picture: (from left to right) Mr. Ho Yuen Sang, Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Tigerair with Mr. Fabien Giordano‎, Managing Director at Bollore Logistics Singapore Pte Ltd. 

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