MRO Management purchases Boeing spares inventory from Aircraft Finance Germany has acquired a significant portion of Aircraft Finance Germany’s (AFG) inventory of enhanced Boeing spares.

Many of these are interchangeable between Boeing 747-8, 767 and 777 aircraft types, noted, a provider of aircraft parts and services for the commercial aviation sector.

The material, which the company said included “high ticket rotable components”, will be integrated into Bii’s stock following full inspection and fresh tags.

The stock purchase will sit favourably with the organisation’s globally located consignment packages, according to’s CEO Francis Cradock. “We’re focused on providing customers with the right component support that helps to deliver their operational efficiency,” he said. “Many airlines are re-evaluating how best to manage their MRO requirements so we’ve been working with a number of partners to strategically locate consignment stock and supplement that with repair management expertise.

“Airlines can then concentrate on rebuilding their route networks and outsource the ongoing maintenance and repair of all spare parts to us. Alongside this we need to constantly enrich our stock with high quality modern parts for both Boeing and Airbus platforms so that we can also meet the ad hoc customer needs of those looking to buy or exchange parts. The material from AFG fits our purchasing criteria perfectly.”

AFG’s chief executive officer Christian Nuehlen commented: “This deal is indicative of Bii’s further commitment to AFG and supplements the flexible support programmes they already provide for us across rotable and consumable materials, as well as repair management services for our aircraft in check, coming off lease, or in transition.”

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