Mexico, Apr. 13 (Notimex).- The president of Gulf Mexico, Sergio de la Vega, announced the firm's incursion into the market for the commercialization and supply of fuel for aviation, in a strategic alliance with Hidromex Turbosina.
During the forum "The energy reform and aviation fuels", organized by Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares (ASA), he pointed out that uniting international experience with an integrated knowledge of the local market will allow offering value services in a market that will become highly competitive.
In a statement, the airlines will receive Gulf Aviation Mexico's integration of services based on three pillars: competitive fuel supply with the best price and efficiency conditions in all airports in Mexico.
In addition to efficient logistics, which can be added as a differentiating value against competitors, and other value products such as financing, price volatility management and flexible schemes.
He pointed out that they will also have a network of suppliers that comply with international standards of quality control, respect for the environment and reliability.
The three products that Gulf Aviation Mexico will offer in the country are Jet A for commercial aviation, Jet A-1 for general aviation and Jet P-1 for military aviation, he said.