Industry leaders to present OEM MRO collaboration
Penton’s Aviation Week Network’s MRO Europe (#MROE) will be held from 18-20 October at the RAI in Amsterdam.
Focusing on the state of the commercial aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul industry, MRO Europe will feature industry leaders including; Joe Dunne, Director, Materials Management Services at The Boeing Company and Gijs van Rooijen, the Company’s Product Support Director.
Additionally, AFI KLM E&M will jointly present a case study on ‘OEM MRO collaboration; Jens Thordarson, VP Technical Operations at Icelandair will join the opening panel session titled ‘Customers Speak Out’. Thomas Reynaert, Managing Director at Airlines for Europe; Jorge Leite, VP Quality and Safety at TAP Portugal Maintenance and Engineering; and Dragos Munteanu, Assistant Director, Safety and Flight Operations, Europe at IATA are also confirmed to lead the Regulatory Update session.
MRO Europe’s programme includes drill-down discussions and case studies that give businesses access to critical information and intelligence on the following topics:
· Repair technologies: Keep-up or fall behind
· Engine leasing
· Maintenance costs: Old versus new
· Cybersecurity and MRO
· Components: Forecast and trends
· The new supply chain: Finding new opportunities
While workshops will address:
· Assessing the sourcing and buying habits of airlines
· Inspiring innovation
· Beating big data
The Exhibition Hall will host more than 300 companies displaying their products, solutions and services along with the Dutch, French (GIFAS and Madeeli) and Welsh pavilions. Participating companies include FedEx, Panasonic Avionics and Pratt & Whitney.
Sponsoring companies include: Platinum sponsors CFM, Chromalloy, HEICO, Pratt & Whitney, Standard Aero; Gold sponsors AAR, AerSale, Bombardier, GA Telesis, GKN Aerospace, Global Engine Maintenance, Kellstrom Materials, MTU Maintenance, Spirit Aerosystems, SR Technics, Turbine Services & Solutions.
Inside MRO is the official media publication and the event is supported by Airlines for America, Airlines for Europe, Aeronautical Repair Station Association, Aviation Technician Council and International Air Transportation Association.
MRO Europe has long been the focus of growth and revenue opportunities and brings together industry leaders, buyers and solution providers to develop the market and create fruitful business partnerships.
WHEN: 18-20 October, 2016
WHERE: RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands