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Green Charter 2022
Green Charter 2022
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Ameriflight launches parts trading company
The new parts trading company from Ameriflight offers customised solutions, and customers should find a reduction in cost and shortened lead times, resulting in minimised downtime.
Ameriflight CEO Paul Chase wants to serve regional cargo markets around the world.

US Part 135 cargo airline Ameriflight has launched Ameriflight Components and Exchanges, a Dallas, Texas-based parts trading company. The wholly owned subsidiary supplies aviation component solutions to a large network of customers around the world.

Ameriflight Components and Exchanges provides aircraft inventory for sale and exchange through major aviation marketplace platforms. With an increasing demand for aftermarket parts forecasted, the company is positioned for success with its in-demand expertise and niche in the turboprop and regional cargo markets.

“Today's announcement represents a major step forward in expanding our business while strengthening our collective organisations and allowing us to move into areas of the industry where we see growth opportunity," says Ameriflight CEO Paul Chase. "Our intention is to build diversified aviation services for regional cargo markets worldwide, and this fits well into that vision. We have put together a strong team that is passionate about this new endeavour. They have my utmost confidence and support in this venture.”

The new company is offering over 5,000 unique part types with a catalogue consisting of aircraft interiors, consumables, rotables and tooling for specific fleets, including PA31, EMB120, SA227, BE99, BE1900 and more.

“Our goal is to provide various services within the supply chain to respond to consumers' diverse needs. By using our global network of suppliers, alongside our purchasing power, our experienced team has been able to build a solid foundation of inventory solutions that will allow us to respond to our customers' needs worldwide. We will continue to grow our inventory for the current fleets, as well as expand into other fleet types as the opportunity arises,” adds Ameriflight Components and Exchanges general manager Dawn Deitmen. “I look forward to developing connections and relationships with operators around the world. We want to be their resource, their aviation inventory solution.”

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