CHEP Aerospace acquires Airworld Services

CHEP Aerospace Solutions has announced the acquisition of Airworld Services and Airworld Containers, a specialist unit load device (ULD) maintenance and repair organisation (MRO) with facilities at London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester and East Midlands airports, increasing the number of CHEP-owned MRO facilities to 29 stations worldwide.


CHEP Aerospace acquires Airworld Services


CHEP Aerospace Solutions has announced the acquisition of Airworld Services and Airworld Containers, a specialist unit load device (ULD) maintenance and repair organisation (MRO) with facilities at London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester and East Midlands airports, increasing the number of CHEP-owned MRO facilities to 29 stations worldwide.

Airworld’s stations are EASA Part 145 certified and will be integrated into the global CHEP Aerospace Solutions MRO network connected through CHEP’s proprietary web-based global repair management system ACTIS. CHEP Aerospace Solutions president, Ludwig Bertsch, said: “The acquisition of Airworld is a further important step towards building a global Aerospace business. Airworld has an exceptional reputation in the industry and we were able to experience its high quality standards while the company performed repair services to CHEP Aerospace Solutions during 11 years as a subcontracted ULD repair partner.”