Just two years after APOC moved into its new facility in Berkel en Rodenrijs, the innovative leasing, trading, and aircraft part-out specialist is pushing ahead with major expansion plans. The company is finishing construction of an additional 2,500 m² of warehouse and technical inspections base that adjoins its existing premises and will treble storage capacity.
APOC specializes in narrow-body components and currently has four Boeing 737 airframes undergoing teardown which will balance its Airbus A320-family stock. Imminent arrival of these parts alongside the extensive investment in other aircraft assets, including landing gear and engines, over the past 12-18 months has brought forward APOC’s expansion plans and stimulated further new stock hubs in Singapore and Miami. “Naturally, the bulk of our new 737 stock will stay in the U.S. because the biggest fleet of Boeing aircraft in service is there. Having the right stock in the right place is essential. We can also be ultra-efficient in terms of shipping bulky items using overnight truck delivery rather than airfreight if it is more cost-effective,” said Max Lutje Wooldrik, CEO APOC.Email Post to a Friend