Bolloré Logistics, the First AS9120 Certified Freight Forwarder in Korea

October 3rd, 2019

We are proud to announce that Bolloré Logistics Korea have been awarded the AS9120 certification, a globally recognized standard which reflects Bolloré Logistics Korea’s capability to provide its aerospace customers with reliable quality services.

Bolloré Logistics Korea is the first transportation company in Korea to achieve the certification, after an intense audit carried out by International Aerospace Quality Group.

AS9120 includes ISO9001 quality management system requirements and specifies additional requirements for a quality management system for the aerospace industry, emphasizing that the certified organizations meet the requirements for aircraft safety. Previously, Bolloré Logistics France (its headquarters), UK, USA and Singapore team have been certified for AS9120.

As a key player in the Korean aerospace logistics market, Bolloré Logistics have been providing aerospace solutions backed by a network of experts in over 609 sites in 107 countries. Trained with aerospace sector-specific techniques, Bolloré Logistics aerospace specialists are equipped with profound aerospace logistics knowledge and operational expertise, available 24/7 to manage urgent and sensitive flows.  

Bolloré Logistics Korea will keep providing aerospace customers with reliable and efficient transportation, inventory management and distribution services.

 

About the AS9120 Standard

AS9120 gives aeronautic stockists and distributors assurance that their products and materials are reliable and high-quality, by demanding full traceability throughout the supply chain as well as documentation and inventory control. AS9120 defines those requirements.

www.lr.org/en/as9120/


Picture (from left to right): SoYeon KANG; MoonJung CHOI, Customer Service Seafreight Export; EunHee CHOI, Customer Service Seafreight Import; Yoon-Ju CHO, Managing Director; YoungIn JANG, Senior QHSE Executive; Maria MOON, QHSE & OMC Manager; Mark BANG, Aerospace Business Development Manager (BDM), Bryan LEE, Senior Sales Support and JeongMin YI, Customer Service Airfreight Export.

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