S7 Technics took part in one of the main events of the industry – MRO Russia & CIS 2020 forum
This is the only event of its kind and scale in the ex-USSR dedicated entirely to covering the burning issues of restructuring MRO services for the region’s air transport
In the course of the convention, S7 Technics and Danish aircraft parts supplier Satair has signed an agreement for creation of a consignment inventory of aircraft parts and equipment in Russia.
Alexey Petin, Head of Strategic Procurement, S7 Technics added: “This agreement represents a key effort in advancing S7 Technics’ competitive positioning and further service our customers’ needs in the region. We are thrilled to grow our relationship with Satair.”
S7 Technics’ key specialists have also been invited as guest speakers for the MRO Conference: Shaping the Future, which is the core of the MRO Russia & CIS 2020 convention framework.
Sergey Khrustikov, head of the company’s Engineering Center’s department for engineering and technical support for component and interior maintenance has delivered a presentation “Aircraft interior maintenance: in tune with the times”.
Igor Panshin, S7 Technics’ deputy general director for sales and marketing, took part in a brainstorming session on Key challenges for today’s MRO industry.
On the second day of the conference, March 11, Maxim Pivovar, S7 Technics’ IT director has presented the company’s digitalization experience in MRO Digital Talks: the digital transformation session.
Igor Ivanovsky, director of S7 Technics’ Aviation Training Center and Daria Obyedkova, HR director of S7 Technics, has joined the round-up panel discussion on Staff training and qualification, where they shared their views on finding solutions for this key problem for the Russian aircraft MRO industry.
During the event, Vladimir Perekrestov, CEO of S7 Technics, has shared his view on prospects of the Russian aircraft maintenance and repair sector, during the interview with the ATO.RU.
S7 Technics is an annual exhibitor of the MRO Russia & CIS forum in Moscow.
S7 Technics’ DOA (Design Organisation Approval) developing technical documentation for repairs and modifications of water and waste systems installed on aircraft
S7 Technics specialists perform redelivery of CFM56-3/-5B/-7B leasing engines and ensure their proper storage
Each new product will be released with certificate EASA Form 1, which gives an ability to produce stock of such carpets and as a result make process of aircraft cabin carpets replacement faster
S7 Technics and the leading Kazakhstan’s airline Air Astana have agreed to perform base maintenance for Boeing 757-200 aircraft in Russia