DASI has received an investment from Marubeni Corporation
DASI, founded in 1993 and headquartered in Miami, is a leading provider of end-to-end inventory solutions for commercial aerospace customers, including airlines and maintenance, repair and operations providers. The company is a global platform for sourcing, acquiring and selling spare aerospace parts. With a focus on quality, sustainability and cost-efficiency, DASI has established itself as a trusted partner for customers looking to optimize their inventory management practices and as an enabler for original equipment manufacturers and distributors to efficiently access the broader spot market via DASI’s global platform.
This transaction will allow Marubeni Corporation to significantly expand opportunities and accelerate growth in the aviation parts inventory space, ultimately strengthening both companies’ value proposition and offering a more robust level of customer service. Further, the transaction will empower DASI to expedite the development of its online marketplace, increase the availability of factory new spares and advance its expansion in the surplus inventory space. The strategic partnership will also provide DASI with access to a wider range of customers and suppliers as well as open new avenues for cross-selling and collaboration. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Francis Tran, Managing Director and co-head of Lincoln’s aerospace and defense sector efforts, commented, “DASI is a true leader in global aerospace inventory solutions. Through this strategic partnership with Marubeni, the company will further enhance its exceptional growth trajectory and expand in the digital space.”
Marubeni is a global trading and investment conglomerate headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Founded in 1858, Marubeni operates in a wide range of industries, including energy, infrastructure, transportation and agribusiness. The company has a strong track record of investing in innovative companies with high-growth potential.
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