S7 Technics to participate in the MRO Russia & CIS 2019 Moscow conference and exhibition
S7 Technics Holding is to continue its active participation in the industry’s high-profile events calendar this year
The company’s 2019 show campaign is to be launched with its traditional participation at the upcoming MRO Russia & CIS 2019 conference and exhibition entitled Shaping The Future.
The event, which is the largest professional gathering of its type in the eastern European and central Asian regions, takes place at Moscow’s International Trade Center on March 5 and 6.
Dedicated to exploring the vital issues affecting the region’s MRO industry – and now in its 14th year – MRO Russia & CIS 2019 has steadily gained global recognition as the only meaningful event of its kind and scale in Russia.
Specialists from S7 Technics, which will showcase its business at Booth 240 located on the upper level of the exhibition hall, will be there to answer any inquiries regarding its existing and potential customers and will share best practices regarding maintenance of aircraft, engines and components, cabin interior completions, staff training and other areas of its competence.
So influential is the MRO that these S7 Technics experts have been invited to be guest speakers at what promises to be a lively and illuminating conference:
Sergey Khrustikov, S7 Technics’ components and interior group manager, will share his views on the prospects of developing interior components in the era of smart production;
Artyom Akhmedov, the Holding’s chief designer, will deliver a presentation on full-circle interior modifications, including a business case from the pre-stages of cabin modifications to installing components on the aircraft;
Igor Ivanovskiy, the head of S7 Technics’ Aviation Training Center will contribute to the session on the Future of the MRO industry: Staff training & qualification – with a report analysing the existing training system of engineering and technical staff involved in the MRO sector in Russia;
Denis Elnikov, general director of TAT Engineering, will deliver his presentation on the new opportunities for heat exchanger maintenance in Russia, highlighting the important aspects of operating heat exchange systems on western-built aircraft and the prospects of developing such maintenance capabilities for this specific equipment inside Russia.
For further information on the MRO Russia & CIS 2019 international conference and exhibition: Shaping The Future – visit the website of organiser ATO Events.
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