GAL AMMROC & 360-DMG to create world’s 1st aviation upcycling program in UAE

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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GAL Ammroc & 360-DMG sign contract
Officials during the signing ceremony.

GAL AMMROC, a leading provider of advanced military maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services, has signed a contract with 360-DMG Aircraft Trading (360-DMG), a logistics and metal reclamations solutions firm, to establish the world’s first Upcycling, Revert Processing, and Aftermarket Spare Parts Sale Program in the UAE.

GAL AMMROC and 360-DMG will leverage shared expertise and resources to develop a first-of-its-kind military-industrial recycling plant, which will operate in alignment with the UAE’s Net Zero 2050 vision to serve as a diversified solution for the cyclical demand of the aviation industry.

Supported by a rigorous export compliance structure, the integrated defense metals reclamation and innovative closed-loop recycling system has the potential to grow into a global structure that provides services for air forces, airlines, OEMs, and MRO operations around the world.

Commenting on the partnership, Mr. Mahmood Alhay AlHameli, CEO of GAL AMMROC, said that, “This is a strategic step that will see the dynamic transformation of the aerospace recycling and maintenance services landscapes.  Our visionary approach of launching the world’s first defense aviation recycling program positions the UAE as a leader in the aviation defense sector and the global climate effort – and, once effective, will serve as a blueprint model for defense projects across Asia, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Africa, and other global frontiers.”

Mr. Peer Hashmi, CEO of 360-DMG, commented that, “This agreement stands as a testament to our unwavering commitment to innovation, sustainability, and collaborative excellence, and we are eager to explore the boundless possibilities that lie ahead in our pursuit of transformation and global impact.”

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