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Eve and DHL partner to design a supply chain concept for eVTOL support

Eve Air Mobility (“Eve”) and DHL Supply Chain, a global player in warehousing and distribution, announced today the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to conduct a study of key demands and supply chain characteristics for Eve’s electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft (eVTOL) operation.

“The primary goal of the partnership is to explore and understand best practices for supplying operators and service centres with spare parts and inputs, with an emphasis on batteries and the specific requirements concerning transport, storage and disposal of those devices” according to the press release. “Other aspects reviewed will include modes of transportation, frequency, and delivery plan, required logistics partners, potential locations for advanced inventories, physical and technological infrastructure requirements and contingency plans.

“The logistics study from Eve and DHL will encompass the distribution of parts and materials required for repairs and maintenance. Another crucial aspect to be considered is battery logistics, which holds significant importance in this business model. In this regard, DHL’s expertise in handling batteries from various industries will be leveraged. The companies will also evaluate supply chain management for general supplies to vertiports, optimising the business processes.”

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