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Sun, Feb 13, 2011

AFRA Welcomes Its 50th Member

Aircraft Recycler Dale Aviation Joins The Trade Association

The Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA) recently welcomed UK-based Dale Aviation as its 50th Member. Dale Aviation Ltd specializes in aircraft recycling and material recovery, as well as aircraft maintenance and engineering. AFRA says that reaching the 50-member mark further reinforces it's position as the leading global industry association in the development and promotion of environmental excellence and sustainable best practice in aircraft dismantling and materials recycling.

"We warmly welcome Dale Aviation to our ranks," said AFRA's Executive Director Martin Fraissignes. "(I)n five short years we have gone from 11 founder members to 50. We believe this shows that the end-of-life sector increasingly sees AFRA as bestowing credibility on them as businesses which take environmental excellence and sustainable business models seriously. I am sure Dale Aviation will be a valuable addition to our association, and we look forward to involving them in our activities as we further develop best practice in the area of materials recycling and dealing with hazardous materials, and also continue our work with regulators, legislators and key stakeholders, deepening best practice in the field of aircraft recycling and materials recovery. This is a great way to start the year for AFRA."

"Becoming a member of AFRA is important to us," said Matko Dadic, Managing Director of Dale Aviation. "We are very pleased to have achieved this key goal. It shows our customers and our potential customers that we have a deep commitment to the highest environmental standards and sustainable business practices. Our membership in AFRA takes us to the next level as all of our industry is well aware of AFRA leadership in environmental development and best practices."

FMI: www.afraassociatoin.org

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