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AMAC Aerospace acquires Gamit
Its acquisition of Gamit means AMAC will no longer have to reach out to the wider market for aviation related services, and in turn the UK MRO will realise efficiencies through working much more closely on mutual projects.

Basel-headquartered VIP completions and maintenance company AMAC Aerospace Switzerland has acquired Gamit, a UK company supplying professional and technical support to local and international MRO organisations, airlines, and private and corporate aircraft owners.

COO Bernd Schramm says: “We are excited to incorporate Gamit into the AMAC Aerospace group of companies as it will give the group more aviation related services that we normally have to seek from the wider markets. We will be integrating a strong team based out of the UK with about 100 years worth of cumulative experience.”

Gamit general manager Ian Davies adds: “Becoming part of the AMAC Aerospace group of companies will enable us to access new markets, offer new services and work much closer together on mutual projects, realising efficiencies that ultimately benefit our clients. It is an exciting time for the group and a great opportunity for Gamit Limited.”

The Gamit business model is based on three pillars: material and logistics support; technical services; and digital records online. The material support services is the core business, and Gamit has been providing airlines, corporate and VIP aircraft part support with an international network of supply chain partners formed over the past 30 years. Customer needs shape the technical services support, which over the years has included onsite technical support for passenger to freight conversions, engine overhaul and aircraft base maintenance as well as CAMO and commercial end of lease services. Then there is ROAM, a system that comprises digital records online. The solution is a web-based application developed in-house and serving all those involved with aircraft records and airworthiness.

Gamit will keep its offices at London Stansted airport.

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