A new partnership agreement was signed between FL Technics and SETAERO, a provider of repair services for aircraft parts and composites.
The scope of the agreement covers advanced maintenance and repair services integrated with a network of FL Technics’ asset trading and management, forming a unique portfolio of tailor-made solutions to repair, supply, and maintain airframes, flight surfaces and nacelles. All these components can be scaled and specialized based on clients’ aircraft type, fleet size and geography of operations worldwide. This is a unique business case strengthening positions of both companies in the market and creating new opportunities to meet the ever-shifting needs of clients across the globe.
Teams behind the milestone boast vast expertise in managing aircraft components and materials, to provide tailored services to the customers. Thus, as off the start of cooperation, the two companies will leverage owned and shared expertise as well as resources to deliver specialised off-the-shelf solutions and products for airlines and operators.
“FL Technics continues decisive expansion of capacity and capabilities as a global one-stop-shop MRO service provider,” said Julius Bogusevicius, head of Engine, Airframe and Materials Services at FL Technics. “In current global circumstances, flexible and efficient supply chain solutions for aircraft parts and materials are one of the key elements for success. Thus, the contract is a strategic achievement strengthening our leading position, pushing us towards future business growth and development.”
David Londono, owner of SETAERO added: “This agreement is an essential part of our mission to build strong partnerships based on trust and performance. This cooperation drives our mutual goals and aligns our strategies. We are pleased to be a partner of FL Technics and are looking forward to making this venture a success.”
FL Technics believes this contract marks an important new stage in mutual business development of both companies and is aimed at meeting the growing demand for tailor-made services within the aviation industry, more specifically, supply chain and trading of aircraft parts and materials, as recovering markets focus on reliable and efficient supply chain solutions to maintain fleets flying in the post-pandemic era.