Rapid expansion on $10 million engine stands leasing investment

11.02.2020

Following the realization of a gap in the market, Enginestands.com in September, 2019 announced their 10 million USD investment plan on this relatively new engine stands leasing business. The plan would be implemented over a 5-year period and would involve the expansion of the company’s services portfolio by introducing the leasing of aircraft engine stands globally.

The investment introduced two options of service for the company’s global clients, which includes an equipment lease of the high-quality CFM56A/B, CFM56-7, TRENT-700, V2500 and PW4000 engines stands. This venture was backed by a partnership with AGSE – a global leader in the establishment and production of innovative Aerospace ground support equipment and aircraft tooling solutions.

The dynamic and versatile quality requirements in shipping engine stands is not a feat that is achieved easily, especially with situations where both the stand and engine are shipped together. However, Enginestands.com has expanded on the pristine quality they deliver in their shipments by introducing a new service; Enginestands.com not only allows the shipping of their stands to clients, but also lets clients ship their own stands or engines globally using the harmonized and integrated shipment methods. This service also includes the complex shipment of stands and engines together at the best possible quality maintained in common operations.

The service met great success in the European market and is now looking to maintain that very same standard as it is now available and advancing in the Asian market.

 

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