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Gulfstream to expand aircraft service, support

POSTED: January 9, 2014 8:27 p.m.

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced Tuesday it will expand its aircraft service and support organization by adding a new worldwide product support distribution center located in the NorthPort Industrial Park near the Interstate 95 and Georgia Highway 21 interchange in Savannah.


The new building is expected to be completed in early 2015 and will consolidate the company’s worldwide material distribution departments, which are currently housed in several warehouse buildings near the main Gulfstream campus. The PSDC will be home to more than 300 employees and approximately $900 million in parts and materials inventory. Gulfstream maintains a worldwide spares support inventory of more than $1.4 billion, the largest in the business aviation industry.


“This will be a state-of-the-art facility that will improve our parts and materials capacity and further enhance the speed and service capabilities of our distribution network,” said Mark Burns, presidentof Gulfstream Product Support.  “The technology and processes we have invested in will give us the ability to match the increasing demand for parts for an ever-growing worldwide Gulfstream fleet.”


The build-to-suit facility comprises approximately 338,100 square feet of storage/production area for aircraft parts and materials and approximately 67,800 square feet of office space on three levels.


The Savannah Economic Development Authority assisted Gulfstream with the site selection.


“We are grateful to SEDA for its partnership in facilitating this transaction and its continued support of Gulfstream’s expansion efforts,” said Jay Neely, vice president of Gulfstream’s law and public affairs division.

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