The two are subsidiaries of Aero Maintenance Group (AMG), the North-American branch of AFI KLM E&M.
Paris, Amstelveen, Miami, April 12 2013 - Denis Sauvage has been appointed as VP/General Manager of Aero Technologies, LLC, the largest company in the Miami-based Aero Maintenance Group (AMG), specializing in component maintenance and support for the commercial aircraft of North and Latin American airlines. He will also head up the MRO department of Air-Pro, LLC, which specializes in seat and safety equipment maintenance.
Denis Sauvage brings to the job his extensive experience in the aviation sector. An alumnus of elite French engineering school, Ecole des Mines, he started out with car-maker Renault-Nissan before subsequently moving to Air France Industries. Between 2005 and 2011, at AFI's Materials & Service Division, he progressed from Industrial Engineer, to Support Project and Services Manager, to Head of Avionics. He then moved to AMG in the United States, where he was appointed Director of Operations at its Aero Technologies subsidiary.
According to Denis Sauvage, the new GM of Aero Technologies and Air-Pro MRO, "we are working towards greater integration of production support functions between these two companies that operate in similar areas in Miami. This means we will be able to generate substantial synergies, for the benefit of our customers. Air-Pro capabilities and expertise combined with Aero Technologies state of the art processes will enhance delivering top services to our customer base and significantly expanding our market share throughout the Americas."
About Aero Maintenance Group
AMG is a wholly-owned AFI KLM E&M subsidiary and combines the flexibility and competitiveness of a local supplier with the expertise, adaptability and reputation of a lead player in the global MRO marketplace. Based in Miami, Atlanta and Dallas at four maintenance facilities, AMG is ideally located to fulfill the needs of its customers operating commercial or regional fleets in North, Central and South America, and in the Caribbean. Its extensive repair capabilities, together with its strategically located Logistics Center in Miami, allows AMG to provide local component support and composite MRO services for a wide range of commercial and regional aircraft.
AMG supplies solutions tailored to the needs of its airline industry customer base through four subsidiaries: Aero Technologies, LLC in Miami, providing repair and overhaul services on pneumatic and hydraulic systems, avionics suites, and fuel and electro-mechanical systems for commercial fleets; Precision Electronics, LLC in Atlanta, maintaining and repairing electronic, electro-mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic instruments and accessories, specifically for regional fleets; and Flite Components, LLC in Dallas performing aerostructure repairs. Air-Pro, LLC in Miami, providing interior repair, distributing surplus airframe and engine material as well as manufacturing and distributing hose assemblies.