To accelerate its growth strategy and transition the business effectively to meet global expansion targets, entrepreneurial Dutch aviation company APOC has partnered with private equity investor Egeria.
APOC will use Egeria’s sizeable investment to supplement its resolute narrow-body airframe, engines and landing gear acquisition policy, spearhead a transformative global footprint, and position its comprehensive inventory of commercial spare parts at the forefront of the industry’s inevitable resurgence.
Founder and CEO Max Lutje Wooldrik retains his interest in the company, while current shareholder Antea and other investors sell their stake.
Max Lutje Wooldrik said: “I am delighted that APOC has attracted a significant investment from Egeria to support and accelerate the next phase of our exciting growth ambitions in coming years. The company has achieved strong organic growth since its inception and is very well positioned to take advantage of the significant market opportunity available given its focus on reliability, speed and delivering an optimal service to its customers.”Email Post to a Friend