Aeronet Dallas-Fort Worth Relocates to New, Expanded Facility

The move allows for a 50% expansion in capacity, while remaining in an ideal location.
DALLAS - June 7, 2018 - PRLog -- Aeronet Worldwide® has announced the relocation of its Dallas-Fort Worth area station. The move keeps Aeronet within seven miles of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), and within close proximity to Interstate 635, and State Highways 114 and 121 – the main access points into the airport. The station will also service Dallas Love Field (DAL) and Fort Worth Alliance Airport (AFW).

The brand new, temperature-controlled warehouse (which opened in late 2017), marks a significant expansion in physical space, increasing nearly 14,000 square feet, to 42,295. The DFW Airport is the fourth busiest in the world, and Aeronet now has a prime facility in a prime locale.

Aeronet's Dallas-Fort Worth station remains under the leadership of General Manager, Shawn Anderson. It is now located at: 401 Southwestern Blvd., Suite 160, Coppell, TX 75019.

This move is one of Aeronet's relocation efforts to larger facilities, including its Chicago station, and Los Angeles gateway (which services Asia, Australia, and various points across the Pacific Ocean). Aeronet also opened a Newark gateway earlier this year (which services Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and various points across the Atlantic Ocean). Additionally, the company has embarked upon strategic international joint ventures covering the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Canada, and Australia.

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