Satisfying customers’ best interests, through sector leading advice and guidance, matchmaking, and solutions, encased by exceptional customer responsiveness and flexibility, has enabled us to complete more than 300 projects in our 10-year history and establish sites across Europe.
Our accreditations mean a lot to us. Through the collective power of all our accreditations and approvals we are able to provider trustworthy and environmentally focused solutions throughout all our services.
Your aircraft asset can be flight ready to return to service or if you see the value in a part-out project, we can offer sector leading advice, guidance, and the service to complete the project – all based at the same location.
eCube Solutions was founded by Tim Schmidt and Mike Corne to professionalise the aircraft end-of-life sector.
The first disassembly project commenced on a Boeing 737-600.
Another first for the company, the first remote disassembly project was completed.
Delivered first wide body projects – A330 and A340 aircraft disassembled in the Philippines, while the first Boeing 747 landed at St. Athan.
One of the last few historic C-130K Hercules arrived on site in St Athan and was the first military aircraft assigned to teardown.
eCube Solutions headquarters expanded to three hangars, increasing capability for storage, disassembly and logistics.
Peter Dunsford joined the company as Managing Director for the UK and the St Athan site then extended to 4 part-out lines.
The expansion into Europe that saw the Castellón, Spain site opened. eCube are now offering a total of seven disassembly lines and extra storage capacity.
A memorable year where 18 British Airways Boeing 747-400 aircraft were retired, disassembled and recycled.
eCube Solutions celebrated its 10-year anniversary.
eCube Solutions becomes ecube. A complete rebrand for the company that respects the past but is ready for the future.
ecube announces appointment of new Chief Executive Officer, Lee McConnellogue.
ecube becomes the only Aircraft End-of-Life Solutions company that operates in the two largest regions for aircraft activity, Europe, and North America after touching down in Coolidge, Arizona.