In 2014 FPAM’s visionary management team pioneered China’s first aircraft recycling facility, with an object to building it into a premier global recycling base to support the long-term growth of the Chinese aviation industry.
The facility is located in the south of Harbin Taiping International Airport, China.
In March 2017, ARI completed the acquisition of a 100% equity interest in Universal Asset Management, Inc. (“UAM”), a provider of commercial aviation asset management, aircraft recycling services and component sales based in Tennessee in the United States. ARI will leverage the immediate access to UAM’s strong brand, track record of disassembling over 300 aircraft for 1,000 clients in 150 countries, and professional team to forge ahead with ARI and CALC’s globalisation strategy, making CALC a true one-stop aircraft solution provider on a global scale.
Fully support the long-term growth of China’s aviation industry
- Provide ideal solutions for used aircraft disposal, the final step in the aircraft lifecycle
- Enhance China aviation industry technology and parts recycling
- Build old aircraft recycling systems along the areas covered in “Belt and Road Initiative”
- Promote trading in and logistics for aircraft parts so as to enhance China’s influence in the global aviation industry
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