Identifying and Exploiting Opportunities in a Mature MRO Market
Airline Engineering and Maintenance: North America is coming to Chicago in September 2015 and will provide a dedicated forum for all the key players in this constantly evolving and mature market to discuss the crucial trends shaping the MRO landscape.
With the outsourcing of maintenance work from the USA to emerging markets having peaked, new opportunities are developing and investment is increasing in home grown facilities. At the same time new airframe and engine programmes and technologies are changing the way that airlines wish to procure and contract their MRO services. “Value added” are now the buzz words that maintenance providers must concentrate on to ensure they retain and attempt to expand their share of the market.
This event will provide thought leadership on how these opportunities can be capitalised on and what strategies are best deployed to ensure success in this mature market. It will also offer unique networking opportunities where attendees can make new contacts, meet existing friends and exchange knowledge in a focused and productive environment.
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Hear from the 2014 attendees:
Good range of topics relevant to current industry dynamics and thoughtful exchange of ideas”
Troy Jonas, Vice President Global Sales and Marketing, Aircraft and Engineering Services, AAR Corp.
This was my first time to attend the conference. It was very helpful to know business trend in this region and how the industries would react”
Kozo Hama, Senior Director, Maintenance Contracts, Purchasing, Japan Airlines Co., Ltd.
The MRO Network conference was an excellent venue for idea sharing and information gathering. The intimacy of the conference facility created a relaxed atmosphere to network with airline and MRO service providers”
Rob Rinne, Director Technical Procurement and Contracts, Allegiant Air
This is a really great place for all Aviation business to come together and share their experience and lessons”
Hoa Ho, Provisioning Engineer, The Boeing Company
A good cross section of the industry were in attendance, providing excellent networking. The presentations/speakers and panels were relevant and provided for plenty of interactive discussion amongst the audience. Well worth attending to get a handle on latest trends and concerns impacting the airline, lessor, MRO and OEM community”
Dave Kingstone, Aftermarket Business Development Manager, BAE System