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Unilode acquires assets of AeroNet Services

Unilode acquires assets of AeroNet Services

Unilode Aviation Solutions has acquired the assets of AeroNet Services, a specialist ULD maintenance and repair organisation operating in France.

The provider of outsourced unit load device management and repair solutions will take over AeroNet’s repair facilities at Paris Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports and continue to employ AeroNet’s 31 staff.

The repair centres are EASA and FAA Part 145 certified and carry out over 1,000 container, pallet, colltainer, pallet net and horse stall repairs per month for airlines, ULD manufacturers and solution providers.

Dominique Coatmellec, group CEO of AeroNet and Ludovic Coatmellec, general manager say: “The AeroNet Group will now concentrate on its core business of manufacturing pallet nets, straps and air cargo restraint solutions like pallet fences in its three Part 21 certified factories in France, China and the United Arab Emirates, and has started marketing its recycling programme for polyester consumables to enhance its customers’ sustainability efforts.”

Benoit Dumont, CEO of Unilode says: “AeroNet Services have demonstrated their high quality repair standards during the past few years while they have repaired Unilode’s ULDs as a sub-contracted repair partner. We look forward to welcoming the AeroNet Services teams to Unilode and growing our business with ULD repair services offered to airlines flying to and from two of Europe’s busiest airports.”


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