MRO Asia Conference & Exhibition to Take Place in Singapore 4-6 November 2014

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Commercial aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) industry professionals will gather in Singapore for the 14th Annual MRO Asia Conference & Exhibition to be held 4-6 November 2014 at the Singapore EXPO Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The event is presented by Penton's Aviation Week, a multimedia information and services provider.

Aviation Week's MRO Asia Exhibition will enable over 2,500 industry professionals from more than 50 countries to address the critical issues affecting the industry today.

The event will feature an exhibition floor which is expected to attract over 100 solution providers to communicate actionable solutions, build contacts and exchange ideas.

Aviation Week's MRO Asia Conference includes specialized tracks focused on Engineering, Leasing, Propulsion, Regulatory, Supply Chain & Logistics and Technology. The conference will also feature in-depth discussions led by industry experts from the airlines and MRO supply chain.

The Chairman Address will be delivered by Ian Wolfe, Senior Advisor Engineering and Fleet Management, Cebu Pacific Air; and a Guest of Honor Address by Josephine Teo, Senior Minister of State (Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Transport), Republic of Singapore.

Additional general sessions include a 10-Year Market Forecast as well as discussions on Preparing for Growth, Inventory Optimization for New Aircraft, and Joint Venture MROs.

A seminar on Supply Chain Resiliency, sponsored by DHL, will be complimentary to all delegates.

Attendees can enhance their conference experience by downloading the free Aviation Week Events App which features an appointment-setting tool for personal/confidential meetings with delegates and a wide selection of useful planning tools along with news and analysis.

Singapore, Aviation, MRO

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