Tag: APOC Aviation

Revving up the power at APOC’s engine division

APOC Aviation, the innovative leasing, trading, aircraft component and part-out specialist, established its dedicated engines division barely four years ago from scratch. During this time and utilising a trading budget of over $50 million, a total of sixteen engines have been purchased and of the...

APOC Aviation announces Tracey Downes as new Head of Component Sales

APOC has announced the appointment of experienced aviation professional, Tracey Downes, as Head of Component Sales. “I’m excited to join APOC at this pivotal time in the organisation’s development,” comments Downes. "The USM Market is on an upward trajectory and is set to grow enormous...

APOC opens strategic US headquarters in Miami

APOC has expanded its local services for The Americas region and opened its new US headquarters in downtown Miami. According to SVP Business Development, Kevin Wall, APOC views the US as a strategic market and is shaping the business to align with future growth in the region. “Being close to yo...

APOC appoints Pete Allwood as Vice President, Business Development – EMEA

APOC engages industry specialist, Pete Allwood, to guide and focus its expansion programme throughout the EMEA region. His primary responsibilities will be the development and execution of sales and programme initiatives designed to maximise APOC’s growing specialism in narrowbody aircraft and ...

APOC acquires first CFM56-5b for upcycling as engine portfolio expands

APOC has purchased its first CFM56-5b engine for immediate part-out.  It is one of a range of engines that the business is sourcing to augment the new spare parts division and will comprise the complete array of components for overhaul including LLPs, fan blades, HPT and HPC blades. The part-out...

Miami is chosen for APOC’s new warehouse facility in the US

Alongside the recent announcement that APOC is trebling the size of its European facility to meet the expansion of its narrowbody inventory and consignment programme, the Company reveals that it has just opened a new stock hub in Miami. This is the second part of its on-going strategic plan to ex...

APOC acquires four Boeing 737 airframes from large US legacy carrier

APOC has purchased four Boeing 737 airframes for teardown from a large US based legacy carrier. Built in 2008/9 the airframes have single operator traceability and were fully active until COVID-19. The aircraft are currently being parted-out in Marana, Arizona. It is anticipated that the first...

Not quite ‘Undercover Boss’ at APOC Aviation

As APOC Aviation inducts a significant quantity of A320 and B737 components from recent and current teardown activity, and market activity begins to ramp up, CEO Max Lutje Wooldrik decided to spend a day experiencing the challenges his team faces to deliver the faultless service customers expect. ...

APOC Aviation strike landing gear exchange deal with Avion Express Malta

APOC Aviation’s specialist landing gear division has concluded its first landing gear deal with Avion Express Malta, the Maltese based ACMI and aircraft leasing operator.  A freshly overhauled A321-200 from stock replaced their ran-out gear which APOC took in exchange. With several A320 family an...

APOC Aviation acquires A320 airframe for part-out in Rothenburg, Germany

APOC Aviation is collaborating with Elbe Flugzeugwerke GmbH (EFW) and Switzerland based Eco-FLY in the first part-out project to take place in Rothenburg (EDBR) airport in Germany. The A320 airframe (MSN 1823) was acquired by APOC from a leading US-based investment company and last operated by Smart...

APOC Aviation opens a new warehouse facility in Singapore

As part of the on-going strategic plan to expand its global footprint, APOC Aviation, the innovative leasing, trading, aircraft component and part-out specialist, has today announced the opening of its first facility outside Europe.  The new APOC base in Singapore will hold stock of modern A320 fam...

APOC Aviation disassembles two CFM56-7B engines

APOC Aviation will be bringing two torn down CFM56-7B engines into stock mid-December.  ESN874488 and ESN888169 have previously been operated and maintained by a leading North American carrier. Both engines are being disassembled in tandem at two of APOC’s chosen teardown facilities in the USA. ...

APOC Aviation chooses Egeria as strategic investment partner

To accelerate its growth strategy and transition the business effectively to meet global expansion targets, entrepreneurial Dutch aviation company APOC has partnered with private equity investor Egeria. APOC will use Egeria's sizeable investment to supplement its resolute narrow body airframe, engin...

Alexis Dufermont joins APOC Aviation as Director of Business Development

In a move to broaden the expertise of its senior team APOC Aviation, the innovative leasing, trading, aircraft component and part-out specialist, has appointed industry professional Alexis Dufermont, as Director of Business Development. He will be responsible for expanding and diversifying APOC’s ...

APOC Aviation acquires three CFM56-5A engines from PTS Aviation Inc.

As part of a strategic programme to expand its engines asset platform, APOC Aviation has purchased three CFM56-5A engines from PTS Aviation Inc. in Florida in a multi-million dollar transaction.  One of the engines was acquired with a lease attached to German charter airline, Condor. The other two ...

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