Thu, 12 April 2018

Satair and VAS Aero Services Expand Partnership

VAS Aero Services and Satair are expanding their strategic services agreement covering servicing, certification, warehousing and distribution of OEM excess parts inventory, with the addition of market-critical engine product types.

The strategic services for used and surplus parts programs benefit Satairís global customer base, offering a wide range of opportunities for available parts with VASí online parts sales platform and the Airbus Spares portal.

 Additionally, the agreement provides Satair customers with access to VAS-owned certified surplus new and certified serviceable / overhauled used components, and related operational support.

Nicolai Hertz, Head of Servicable Parts, Satair (left) shakes hands with Tommy Hughes, Chief Executive Officer, VAS Aero Services. Click to enlarge.

"Over the past year, VASís aftermarket knowledge and capabilities in used/surplus parts servicing, sales and operations have played a valuable role in helping Satair build its business in this core market," said Paul Lochab, Chief Commercial Officer at Satair. "With the expansion of our strategic services agreement, we will now also rely upon VASís expertise in aftermarket engine capabilities to support our customers around the world." 

Tommy Hughes, Chief Executive Officer at VAS, said, "Our strategic services relationship with Satair is proof that partnerships among aviation companies is a winning formula, and a great benefit to our customers in need of flight-ready, certified used parts and assemblies. Adding engine products to this ever-growing portfolio of available parts and assemblies further strengthens the offering and our commitment to serving customers wherever they may be."

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