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Aerocircular

Aerocircular is a full-service provider dedicated to processing aircraft at the end of their lives and catering to owners of large aircraft fleet.
Its first job is to assist fleet managers in selecting those aircraft that will go through the phase-out procedures.
Secondly, Aerocircular disassembles the reusable parts and dismantles the non-reusable components of the selected aircraft.
Aerocircular then processes the reusable parts in compliance with the standard operation procedures of the EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency). Components are either stored at Aerocircular or sent to the aircraft manager/owner’s destination of choice.
In addition, the company provides a 100% non-reusable parts recycling procedure. All parts are handled in order to attain the best value through upcycling or recycling.
As far as upcycling is concerned, Aerocircular delivers the components to third-party companies that specialize in processing them, so they can re-enter the material market at their best possible value. Those materials that cannot be upcycled are processed by third-party companies through standard methods, as long as more high-end purposes are not available.

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  • Country: Belgium
  • Sectors:
    • Aerospace
  • Maturity level: Start-up

Combined strategies

Circular Value Creation Strategies

  • Material Recycling
    Material Recycling

    The valorization of industrial production residues or materials from end of life products into the same or other production chains

  • Remanufacture
    Remanufacture

    Return product /component to original specifications (remanufacturing) or to satisfactory working conditions (refurbishment).

  • Reuse
    Reuse

    The common use of a product  (or product parts) spread over sequential timeframes.

Value Proposition Strategies

  • Product Service System – product oriented
    Product Service System – product oriented

    Product-service system focused on the extension of services around a product (e.g. repair service, extended warranty,...).

  • Cost reduction
    Cost reduction

    Providing the customer with a cost reduction compared with BAU (e.g. shared use, avoiding waste handling fees, reducing resource consumption,…).

Value network strategies

  • Take back management
    Take back management

    Logistics  / establishing network collaboration for taking back end-of-life products from the customer, enabling the execution of a circular value creation strategy

  • Platform (online, other)
    Platform (online, other)

    An online or on-site solution to facilitate matching of supply and demand of materials or assets (e.g. product sharing, material exchange, reuse, etc.)

  • Value chain collaboration
    Value chain collaboration

    Organisation in which the company effectively collaborates with customers and/or suppliers to create and capture value, going beyond the classical business model.