“Some words, like graveyard or dump, should not be heard in our company,” a Tarmac Aerosave executive says. Company employees pride themselves on being at the forefront of aircraft dismantling and recycling know-how. The company, based here, is investing in the activity both to remain competitive and  to serve as a differentiator when a customer is looking for aircraft maintenance and storage, its other two businesses. Making money from a retired aircraft starts with selling ...

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