'India' dominated MRO Asia Pacific Conference
November 13 2018: The spacious Singapore Expo Convention & Exhibition Centre hosted the much-awaited MRO Asia Pacific Conference.
The 2-day event held from 6th to 8th November was abuzz with wide range of activities from conference, individual guest presentations, and panel discussions to exhibition. The conference hall was packed with Aerospace experts ranging from MRO, manufacturers, suppliers, OEM’s and many more.
The buzz word in the conference was INDIA – as an upcoming MRO hub in South Asia. With the exponential increase in the growth graph of Civil Aviation sector of India, world Aerospace leaders perspective of looking at India has drastically changed.
The content delivered at the event gave an in-depth nose to tail experience for all facets of the airplane’s lifecycle including manufacturing, maintenance, interiors and engine technology.
About 74 esteemed speakers participated in panel discussions, debates, individual presentations on a host of topics ranging from the potential of Aerospace Logistics & challenges faced by them to the Future market trends and predictions in Aerospace Manufacturing in Asia.
The panellists drilled into aviation in Asia Pacific region to gauge the future of MRO industry. However India’s robust growth in Aerospace & Defence MRO and the future growth prospects grabbed eyeballs of one & all.
The huge exhibition had more than 150 exhibitors along with inflight & regional pavilions occupying the floor. It was a one-stop shop for all MRO products & services.
From providing an open platform for OEMs, Airlines, MRO’s, suppliers & buyers to build contacts and exchange ideas, the MRO Asia Pacific Singapore had it all…
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