Sun, Mar 16, 2008
Aviall, Inc. plans to open a
business office in India during the second half of
2008. Aviall's India operation will serve the rapidly growing
Indian aviation industry and be headquartered near New Delhi at the
Noida Special Economic Zone in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
"Boeing's commitment to India continues to gain momentum by
bringing value to India's aerospace industry," said Ian Thomas,
president of Boeing India. "Aviall's India initiative is one more
in a series of recent growth and productivity efforts to strengthen
and deepen our partnerships."
To lead this initiative, Aviall has appointed Sachin Taparia as
the managing director - Aviall India. Previously, Taparia was
responsible for the supply chain services at Aviall headquarters in
Dallas, Texas. In his new position, Taparia will relocate to New
"India is one of the fastest growing markets for Aviall and its
Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) suppliers. This initiative
and Sachin's appointment highlight Aviall's commitment in
supporting its OEMs and India-based customers," said Aviall
Chairman and CEO Paul Fulchino.
"With its proximity to New Delhi, the Noida Special Economic
Zone allows us to have presence close to a key aviation hub of
India and the opportunity to grow."
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