Dutch private equity firm Egeria and Dutch aircraft part-out company APOC Aviation announced Egeria's investment in APOC Aviation.

APOC is active in high quality used and serviceable parts for the aircraft maintenance market. It will use Egeria’s investment to supplement its resolute narrow body airframe, engines and landing gear acquisition policy, spearhead a transformative global footprint, and position its inventory of commercial spare parts at the forefront of the industry’s resurgence. Founder and CEO Max Lutje Wooldrik retains his interest in the company, while Antea and most other investors sell their stake.

The core Baker McKenzie Amsterdam team that advised Egeria consisted of Joost Polman, Koen Bos, Mo Almarini, Philip Lückmann and Charlotte van Rhee. Furthermore, many other colleagues assisted in the due diligence phase of this transaction. 

For more information, please see Egeria's and APOC Aviation's press releases.

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