Boeing, the US aircraft manufacturer, has officially launched its India Distribution Centre, spanning 36,000 sq ft in Khurja, Uttar Pradesh. Operating in collaboration with third-party logistics provider DB Schenker, this facility is strategically positioned along India’s Eastern Freight Corridor, close to Delhi and the upcoming Jewar airport.
The distribution center aims to efficiently meet the emergent spare parts needs of Boeing aircraft in India, reducing lead times, enhancing availability, and bolstering support for the Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) sector.
Part of Boeing’s global distribution network, this India location is one of eight centers worldwide dedicated to storing and shipping spare parts exclusively for Boeing’s commercial customers. The company had initially announced its investment in the distribution center during the Aero Show in Bengaluru last year, with the first batch of parts shipped to customers in December 2023.
Positioned strategically, the facility underscores Boeing’s dedication to supporting growth and self-reliance objectives in India. The distribution center stands as a testament to Boeing’s ongoing strategy to enhance customer service and deliver solutions precisely when and where customers need them.