Werner Aero acquires another Embraer E175 for teardown

Embraer E175 in its former livery with Flybe.
Russell Lee, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

LONDON – Werner Aero has acquired another Embraer E175 which will be parted out for spares and components.

Aircraft spare parts

The Embraer that has been acquired by Werner Aero is a former Flybe Embraer E175 with the (former) registration of G-FBJJ and its current registration of C-GYFH, and MSN number 17000358.

The plane will be dissembled by e-Cubes in the UK and the spare parts will be used to enhance the E-Jet pool of Werner.

“We are excited to add another aircraft to our pool of E-Jet spares. This is our 2nd E-175 acquisition in the past month adding to our operation and our continued growth in the E-170’s and E-190’s platforms,” said Mike Cazaz, CEO of Werner Aero.

These acquisitions put us in a strong position as one of the world’s largest suppliers of E-Jet rotables, APUs, and landing gears.”

About Werner Aero

Werner Aero Services is quite a well-experienced company that specializes in aftermarket sales of spare parts for airplanes, founded in 1993. They are widely regarded for their high quality and customer care.

They are also a leader in the aviation industry, providing asset management and logistical solutions to airlines worldwide.

With offices around the world, it is known for its innovative and total global transportation solutions specializing in supplying jet engines, rotables pooling, and repair management.

Werner Aero Services has a relatively young “subsidiary” as Werner Aero, which has been established in 2022 as a business transferee.

Sumitomo Corporation has acquired a 51% stake in the company back in August of 2022 as they feel that Werner fits in their group motives.

Their “Six Material Issues to Achieve Sustainable Growth with Society” are “an important factor in developing business strategies and in the decision-making process for individual businesses. Going forward, we will pursue sustainable growth by resolving these issues through our business activities.”

The activities that Werner fits in Sumitomo is “Achieving Harmony with the Global Environment” which is “To realize recycling-oriented society and mitigate climate change, we are working to establish frameworks for the efficient use of resources and stable supply of renewable energy.

In doing so, we will achieve growth in harmony with the global environment.” The other activity Werner fits within Sumitomo is “Providing Diverse ‘Accessibility’” which is providing “diverse accessibility to open up the possibility of creating new value.

“To this end, we will improve mobility for safe and efficient flow of people and goods, and expand the network connecting information and finance.”

Sumitomo has acquired Werner as an addition to their Sumitomo Group Aviation part, which already includes SMBC Aviation Capital, one of the leading global companies in the aircraft leasing industry, and SMBC Aero Engine Lease, which is an aircraft engine leasing company.

Sumitomo Corporation will apply its credibility, and financial resources, alongside its expertise in the aviation market to enhance Werner’s business, and also work to exploit operational synergies with the abovementioned and other group entities.

Besides selling aircraft spares and components, they also provide general maintenance such as pre-buy inspections and lease return inspections.

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