Wesco Aircraft has renamed itself Incora. The Valencia aerospace part and supply chain services provider said the new name reflects its commitment to its customers’ mission-critical work. Wesco was a publicly traded company until it was acquired in January by Platinum Equity, a Beverly Hills investment firm with about $19 billion of assets under management. Platinum combined Wesco with Pattonair, a supply chain management services business for the aerospace and defense industries based in the United Kingdom. Chief Executive Todd Renehan, who had the same position at Wesco, said the essence of the new name is that the company is incorporated into its customers’ business and operations. “From delivering our wide portfolio of products directly to production lines with just-in-time service to creating accurate forecasts that help drive working capital down, Incora focuses on meeting our customers’ daily supply chain needs,” Renehan said in a statement. President Wayne Hollinshead, who previously served as chief executive of Pattonair, said the new company’s commitment to improvement is unwavering. “Incora is synonymous with innovation, meticulous execution and trust,” Hollinshead said in a statement.