How to Extend the Life of Your Assets

In our world of aviation, keeping operations efficient and cost-effective is key to staying ahead and running smoothly. At AMP Aero, we give end-of-life assets a new lease on life. 

Why Is This Important? 

As aircraft components reach the end of their operational life, many might view them as obsolete. However, we see potential where others may see waste. Our end-of-life asset management aims to maximize the value of your assets while ensuring they maintain the highest standards of quality and performance. 

It is believed that air­frames have a fixed service life, after which the “asset” is good only for scrap. However, that is not necessarily the case for the various other components of an aircraft—and particularly not for the biggest and most expensive parts, the engines. Engines do have a number of life limited parts (LLP), but once the engine has undergone a comprehensive overhaul it is practically as good as new and can be used for many years to come. Check out more benefits listed below.

What’s the Process? 

The asset management journey is essential for maximizing the value and utility of end-of-life assets. At AMP Aero, we understand that efficient asset management is critical for ensuring that each component is used to its fullest potential.

Our process begins with a strategic evaluation to determine the best course of action for each asset. We carefully consider the current market demand, potential future uses, and the specific needs of our clients. This comprehensive assessment guides our asset management steps, ensuring that each part is managed with precision and foresight.

We employ advanced techniques to maintain the integrity and functionality of each component. By leveraging our extensive network of teardown partners and repair facilities, we can effectively manage repairs, sourcing, and logistics. This approach ensures that our clients receive high-quality, reliable parts that meet the stringent standards of the aviation industry.

Throughout the asset management process, we maintain a strong focus on quality and safety. Our rigorous protocols and thorough documentation provide our clients with the assurance that their assets are managed with the utmost care and professionalism. By extending the life of end-of-life assets, we help our clients optimize their investments and maintain operational efficiency.


Benefits for Buyers

By maintaining end-of-life assets, we offer several benefits to buyers:

  1. Cost Savings: End-of-life assets often come at a fraction of the cost of new components, allowing buyers to achieve significant savings without compromising on quality or performance.
  2. Enhanced Availability: End-of-life assets help bridge the gap between demand and supply, ensuring that buyers have access to the components they need when they need them.
  3. Reliable Performance: Our asset management ensures that these parts perform reliably, offering the same level of efficiency and safety as new parts.
  4. Extended Asset Life: Maintaining these assets extends the operational life of aircraft components, providing a sustainable solution that maximizes the value of existing assets.


Why Quality Assurance Matters 

Quality is fundamental to everything we do at AMP Aero. Our team of experienced technicians and quality control inspectors are dedicated to maintaining the highest standards in the industry. As an ISO9001:2015, AS9120B, ASA-100, and FAA AC00-56B (TAC2000) accredited company, we adhere to rigorous quality control measures to ensure that every part meets stringent industry standards. 

Our end-of-life asset management is more than just a cost-saving measure; it’s a testament to our dedication to innovation and quality in the aviation industry. By maintaining these parts, we extend the life of valuable components, providing our customers with reliable, cost-effective solutions. 

For more information on our refurbishment processes and how we can support your aircraft maintenance needs, contact us today at:

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