Adding to the existing seven sites, TP Aerospace will in 2020 be able to support its customers from 18 different locations all over the world.
“We consider the entire world to be a market potential, but to continue to provide the best possible service, we need to be closer to current and potential customers” Says Thomas Ibsoe, President and Founder of TP Aerospace, who confirms that TP Aerospace is simply reacting to market demands.
“Our business and the service we provide build on a great level of flexibility and reliability towards our customers, and we are now at the point where we need to expand our global presence to keep up with the market demands and continue to deliver a high-quality service” says Mr. Ibsoe.
Ten of the new locations will be MRO facilities designed to support current and future customers in the regions. Majority of these will be in APAC, three will be in EMEA and two in Americas. Additionally, a sales office and warehouse are being set up in Tianjin, China.
“Some of our customers have highly complex operations, and it is important for them to have a reliable wheel and brake business partner who can support them locally” says Peter Lyager, CEO and Founder of TP Aerospace, and concludes: “There is no doubt that project Green Sunrise is very ambitious and even aggressive, but this is exactly who we are and what we represent as a company”.
TP Aerospace has already established legal companies in the UK and Malaysia and will soon be able to reveal more about these and other projects in Green Sunrise.