MRO BEER 2019
MRO BEER is the premier gathering place for operators, OEMs and suppliers from the Baltics, Eastern Europe and Russia.
Leading specialists and managers from S7 Technics are to take part in the MRO BEER 2019 conference and showcase on May 21-22.
It is the sixth time that S7 Technics has taken part in MRO BEER, a forum that is regarded as an important platform for discussing the maintenance issues affecting the airlines of the Baltic states, eastern Europe, Russia and the CIS.
Whilst presenting its new services in the European market, the delegation of S7 Technics will simultaneously rub shoulders with potential customers, exchange experiences and discuss the development of the MRO industry with colleagues and counterparts from other countries.
S7 Technics specialists have already set up key meetings with partners and customers at the event. Igor Panshin, the head of the delegation and who is S7 Technics’ deputy general director for sales and marketing, is to take part in the panel discussion entitled ‘MRO industry in the Baltic states, eastern Europe, Russia and the CIS: Strategies for Success’. Participants will scrutinise the current key MRO factors, whilst examining ways of enhancing successful business development in these regions.
“Of course, we could focus only on the domestic (in our case, Russian) market. But the MRO business is by definition global,” Igor Panshin observes.
“As part of our participation in leading industry events, we tell foreign partners that Russia has a strong MRO industry that meets international standards, and this undoubtedly contributes to the development and support of partnerships in the aviation industry. Moreover, the S7 Technics portfolio contains a large number of successful co-operations with foreign carriers, aircraft manufacturers and leading MRO organisations,” he adds.
The annual MRO BEER forum is organised by Aviation Week, the world’s leading aviation publishing and event production company. More information about the MRO BEER 2019 programme can be found on the official website of the event: mrobeer.aviationweek.com
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