GE Aviation Materials and CFM Materials land in Atlaspark

News item
GE Aviation Materials and CFM Materials

Two of the most venerable companies in the world landed a shared branch in the port of Amsterdam. GE Aviation Materials and CFM Materials, a joint venture between General Electric and Safran Snecma, have established themselves on the Casablancaweg in Atlaspark.


Both companies focus on the development and sale of aircraft engine parts for commercial and military aircraft industries. The location on the Casablancaweg specifically concentrates on the sale and logistical distribution of spare parts. With the proximity of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and KLM as an important client, the location in Atlaspark is ideal. In addition, the available hinterland connections offer the possibility of swift transport to other customers.

As GE Aviation Materials and CFM Materials are companies at the forefront of technological innovation, Port of Amsterdam is more than proud with these additions to the port. Furthermore, the business of these parties provides a positive impulse for other companies. This includes a close collaboration with CEVA Logistics. This unique supply chain service provider takes care of the logistical distribution of the new additions. The safe transportation of the aircraft engine parts necessitates specialist knowledge that the personnel of CEVA Logistics can provide. This collaboration is a beautiful example of the synergy Port of Amsterdam strives for and contributes to the success of the three companies.

Related articles

  1. News item

    The fact that the Vervoerscentrum and the Alfadriehoek are ideally located for last-mile delivery and urban distribution is... read more »

  2. News item

    The new crossdock location of Van Straalen De Vries (VSDV) and Peeters Vervoercentrale located on Beiraweg in Atlaspark was... read more »

  3. News item

    Port of Amsterdam is an important international hub where cargo flows from around the world are stored, transhipped and... read more »

  4. News item

    The growth of DHL Parcel calls for greater and modern sorting capacity. This capacity must be at a location that is easily... read more »