Shanghai, China - This event brings together the top airline and Chinese government officials, maintenance and safety experts from Asia, Asia-Pacific and around the globe.
Low Cost/High Quality is it sustainable?
MRO Asia brings together the top airline and Chinese government officials, maintenance and safety experts from Asia, Asia-Pacific and around the globe.
YOU are invited to join them, the MRO advisory board and YOUR MRO colleagues as they share insight, best practices, practical experience and solutions.
He Li, Vice President, Air China
Xu ChaoQun, Deputy Director Flight Standards, CAAC
Li Hai, President, CASGC
James J. Ballough, Director, Flight Standards Service, FAA
John J. Hickey, Director, Aircraft Certification Service, FAA
Asia successfully produces high quality maintenance services with a large low-cost workforce. This MRO community faces the challenge of continuous improvements in capacity, performance and quality without raising the bill. MRO Asia 2007 will educate you on the latest trends, facts and information on the Asian aircraft maintenance marketplace.
Reducing material costs through the use of PMA parts
Forecasts for MRO in Asia- 2007-2016
Lean in Asia-capacity increases resulting in greater efficiencies, not just increased manpower
Top global forecasters push back the curtain and explore where the market is headed
Low Cost Carriers
Offering educational sessions with dynamic break-outs, MRO Asia enables a highly inter-active environment fostering professional development, networking and business growth. MRO Asia is a pre-requisite for anyone already operating in, looking to do business in, or planning to expand their current operations in Asia! Including:
Airlines (Heads of Engineering, Purchasing, Maintenance, Operations, technology)
Ground Support Suppliers
Third Party Providers
Aviation Leasing Companies and Financial Management
Aviation IT/Software Companies