AMAC Aerospace Switzerland has acquired Gamit, which provides professional and technical support to maintenance repair organisations, airlines, and owners of private and corporate aircraft. Gamit will maintain its offices at London Stansted Airport in the UK.
“We are excited to incorporate Gamit into the AMAC Aerospace Group of Companies as it will give the group more aviation-related services that we normally have to seek from the wider markets,” said Bernd Schramm, chief operating officer of AMAC Aerospace Switzerland. “We will be integrating a strong team based out of the UK with about 100 years’ worth of cumulative experience.”
“Becoming part of the AMAC Aerospace Group of Companies will enable us to access new markets, offer new services and work much closer together on mutual projects realising efficiencies that ultimately benefit our clients,” said Ian Davies, general manager of Gamit. “It is an exciting time for the group and a great opportunity for Gamit.”
The business model of Gamit is based on three pillars: material and logistics support, technical services and digital records. Material support services form the core business. Since 1990, Gamit has been providing airlines, corporate and VIP aircraft part support with an international network of supply chain partners formed over the past 30 years. Customer needs shape the technical services support. Over the years, the services included on-site technical support for passenger-to-freight conversions, engine overhaul and aircraft base maintenance. Other services offered historically included CAMO and commercial end-of-lease services. ROAM comprises digital records online. The solution is a web-based application developed in-house and serving all those involved with aircraft records and airworthiness.