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Genstar Capital joins GTCR as investor in JSSI

Genstar Capital, a private equity firm focused on investments in targeted segments of the financial services, healthcare, software, and industrials industries, has made a significant investment in Jet Support Services, an independent provider of aircraft maintenance support and financial tools for the business aviation industry. 

Genstar Capital, a private equity firm focused on investments in targeted segments of the financial services, healthcare, software, and industrials industries, has made a significant investment in Jet Support Services (JSSI), an independent provider of aircraft maintenance support and financial tools for the business aviation industry. 

Genstar is partnering with existing investors GTCR, the Book family and JSSI’s management team to support the company’s next phase of growth.

For more than 30 years, JSSI has been delivering Hourly Cost Maintenance (HCM) Programs to the business aviation industry, partnering with aircraft owners and operators to help stabilize aircraft costs, assure high quality maintenance and provide enhanced customer service. JSSI also offers maintenance tracking software, a result of two notable acquisitions in the past 18 months, a global multi-channel parts distribution and engine leasing business (JSSI Parts & Leasing), and a subscription-based aircraft operating cost and performance guide (Conklin & de Decker), all of which provides synergistic benefits to aircraft operators.

The company has a global footprint across 85 countries, with 450 employees, including 75 technical advisors and product line specialists supporting 5,000+ aircraft and overseeing 10,000+ annual maintenance events. JSSI facilitates and streamlines carbon offset purchasing directly through its customer platform, allowing customers to monitor and reduce their carbon footprint. JSSI Parts & Leasing supports sustainable utilisation through recycling of parts via aircraft teardowns and subsequent reuse of serviceable parts in maintenance and repair work.

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