Aircraft Service International Group Joins HireVeterans.com!

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ASIG is a recognized leader in the commercial aviation services industry, offering a full range of ground handling, fueling, and airport facility services in more than 80 cities throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and Central America. ASIG has built a service network capable of providing truly global solutions in aviation services. They employ 8,000 plus quality-driven aviation service professionals.

Their commitment to quality is second to none. By working collaboratively with our customers, they develop innovative solutions that offer real value to the world’s airlines, airports, oil companies and other partners.

ASIG uses experience, technology and innovation to safely deliver consistent and reliable services that offer quality and value. They are customer focused and proactively manage their global network through a team of aviation service professionals while continuously investing in their human and capital assets.

They are committed to responsible environmental stewardship while promoting continuous growth and prosperity for their employees, customers, shareholders and the communities they serve.

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