Global Advanced Aero Solutions (GAAS) and AEROBAY, the all-in-one spare parts marketplace for rotary & fixed wings, has announced a partnership in asset co-investment. Under the terms of the agreement, GAAS and AEROBAY will co-finance the acquisition of an impressive range of aerospace assets, including rotable inventories, engines, and complete helicopters and aircraft.
The agreement is the first partnership GAAS has entered into to invest in aerospace assets, enabling access across the region to a digital marketplace for aviation parts through AEROBAY’s e-commerce platform.
The partnership serves to provide a strong inventory, which is critical for leading Used Serviceable Material (USM) suppliers, as well as an innovative platform on which to sell and distribute spare parts and surplus stocks in MENA region.
“The partnership announced between GAAS and AEROBAY is set to transform the aviation parts supply chain throughout the Middle East and North Africa region, through the introduction of AEROBAY’s innovative digital marketplace. We take great pride in enabling aircraft operators to acquire critical inventory quicker and more efficiently, while mitigating the impact of logistics hold-ups elsewhere that are often beyond their control” commented Frédéric Ollivier, Chief Executive Officer, GAAS.
“We are very excited to have joined forces with GAAS on this investment, which will broaden and deepen our reach in the Middle East and North Africa. Such a significant acquisition of assets would not have been possible without the financial capability GAAS brings to the table, and we now look forward to working together to revolutionise the aviation parts aftermarket in the region and beyond” said Richard Herve, CEO of AEROBAY.