ABOUT STERLING

Your proven source for mission-critical transportation.

24/7 LOGISTICS THAT
KEEP YOU FLYING

Since 1981, Sterling has been helping aviation clients with their worldwide AOG shipping, transporting valuable aircraft parts swiftly and efficiently. We specialize in shipping AOG aircraft parts, rapid returns, heavy weight or oversized freight, and dangerous goods, while keeping down time to a minimum. With a focus on providing global AOG Logistics, Sterling is at the forefront of innovations, offering precision, individualized service and dependability.

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Our Mission:

INNOVATION.
PRECISION.
RESULTS.

Our focus is to continually enhance and invest in our team, infrastructure and global network to ensure that customers’ needs are always met, even in the most complex and demanding situations.

Whatever it takes. Wherever it’s going.


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Delivering to anywhere in the world -
even most remote locations

With a global footprint, Sterling actively manages your logistics around the world. Our long-lasting relationships with the global airline network allow us to choose the fastest and safest route for your shipments. We understand all local rules and customs regulations, and can help expedite delivery to anywhere in the world.
Urgent AOG situation strands 335 passengers in 86 fahrenheit/30 celcius temperatures
Case Study

Urgent AOG situation strands
335 passengers in 86 fahrenheit
/30 celcius temperatures

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Aviation
Sterling Global Aviation Logistics Expands Operations and Customer Service Capabilities in APAC Region

Industry veteran Lanny Schindelmeiser to lead expansion to support aviation and aerospace global supply chain

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