With aircraft retiring younger, used parts will play an increasing role in the aftermarket. As volumes increase, parts dealers, lessors, MROs and others seem to be moving into the aircraft disassembly business, rather than relying on independent teardown facilities to feed them. Does this upstream integration make sense? Will it work?    “All elements of the aircraft supply chain are seeking to maximize value,” observes Martin Fraissignes, general manager of Chateauroux ...

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