ACLAS Technics Ltd, the UK based structural component repair specialists, are delighted to announce AOG-247 Limited as the initial launch customer for a new engine disassembly and service management venture. AOG-247 is a worldwide supplier of engine and airframe components and aviation services. As part of the relationship development, ACLAS Technics will provide engineering and trading support in conjunction with AOG-247 to satisfy the market demands on CFM56-3, CFM56-5A/5B/5C, CFM56-7, CF34-3, V2500, PW4000 and RB211 engine types. AOG-247 has a long history in working with engines, incorporating an experienced team that has worked globally alongside multiple Airlines, Lessors, MROs, and OEMs.
Utilizing highly trained staff with extensive experience in aviation industry and targeted methods of sourcing inventory, AOG-247 and ACLAS Technics provides access to an extensive inventory of engine and airframe components.
Charles Henery, Owner and MD of ACLAS Technics stated that “This extremely positive development reinforces our belief that a greater collaborative approach to business with like-minded organisations, will provide solid ground for future growth”
David Bradley, Managing Director of AOG-247 Limited, states that “by utilising the services and capabilities of ACLAS Technics, it will enable AOG-247 to continue it’s rapid growth by having access to a U.K. engine teardown site. As AOG-247 continues to acquire more assets, the wealth of knowledge available across both companies is a key part to extracting the maximum return from each investment.