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Online Warehousing System Launched

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ANNZES AND GE Engine Services Launch A World First Integrated Online Warehousing System And Choose Bax Global As Their Freight Partner

IRVINE, Calif., Aug. 22 RNewswire-AsiaNet/ -- Ansett Australia and Air NewZealand Engineering Services (ANNZES) today opened ground breaking Logistics Support Centers in Auckland and Melbourne, in partnership with GE Engine Services.

An airline world-first, this initiative will provide the centers with an online link between ANNZES inventory management system, live tracking data from BAX Global and GE Engine Services, dramatically improving the time taken to source and receive parts. The Logistics Support Centers (LSC's) are located within each ANNZES engine overhaul facility, enabling ready-access to inventories of almost 50,000 unique aircraft engine parts.

This financial year the LSC's expect to manage 60,000 engine components cycling in and out GE Engine Services global repair facilities and 50,000 orders for new material requirements. "We have been working with Air New Zealand for nearly four years now and see this as a great opportunity to supply ANNZES the same high quality services for the future," said Dawn Boulden, BAX Global account director aerospace division.

"We are pleased to provide transportation solutions that allow our customs to save time and money," said Steve Dearnley, president of BAX Global Asia Pacific.

"This unique partnership reflects our philosophy of developing services to enhance our customers business."

"BAX Global is pleased to strengthen local ties in the region," said Geoff O'Grady, managing director for BAX Global Australia and New Zealand.

About BAX Global BAX Global is a $2.1 billion global transportation and supply chain management company offering multi modal freight forwarding to business-to-business shippers worldwide. The company, headquartered in Irvine, California, operates more than 500 offices located in 123 countries around the world, and has nearly 10,000 employees. Many of the world's largest companies use BAX Global to manage their supply chain. BAX Global specializes in managing the movement of heavyweight packages and cargo of all shapes and sizes. The company offers specialized services for the aerospace, automotive, trade fairs and exhibits, fashion, hi-tech, and health care industries. The company has more than 180 locations ISO 9002 certified in 23 countries.

BAX Global's press releases are available by fax by calling Company News On-Call, 800-758-5804, ext. 117050. For a complete listing of BAX services, visit the World Wide Web at http://www.baxglobal.com.

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CONTACT: Raquel Garcia of BAX Global, 949-752-1212 ext. 2310,
rgarciabaxglobal.com; or Mark Bizzell of Golin/Harris, 213-623-4200
ext. 775, mbizzellgolinharris.com, for BAX Global/
Company News On-Call: http://www.prnewswire.com/comp/117050.html
or fax, 800-758-5804, ext. 117050/
Web site: http://www.baxglobal.com/


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