Confronting the Turnaround
As economies bounce back and airlines deal with fallouts of recession such as low yields, there is recognition that costs and efficiencies need to be managed. Asia Pacific, while expected to be the first MRO market to fully recover, is reeling with the after-effects of the crisis and re-looking at MRO business models.
Aviation Week and the MRO Asia team are pleased to announce that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has chosen to hold their Security Program Review Session in conjunction with the MRO Asia Conference and Exhibition. As an MRO Asia participant, you are cordially invited to attend the TSA Repair Station proposed security provisions review session.
Register for MRO Asia and confront the obstacles and challenges that remain and prepare for total recovery. Learn strategies for:
- Successful repositioning of resources
- Reducing costs while improving efficiencies
- Analyzing investments and potential partnerships
- Improved contract management
Mrs. Lim Hwee Hua, Minister, Prime Minister's Office, Second Minister for Finance and Second Minister for Transport, Singapore Government
New in 2010 In-depth workshops designed to foster a hands-on learning environment that generates real, implementable solutions you can take back to the office and shop floor.
DID YOU KNOW?
MRO and related services represent more than 70% of Singapore’s aerospace industry, and that is expected to continue to grow by at least 5% annually over the next 10 years making this fast growing aviation hub the ideal host city for MRO Asia 2010.
MRO Asia is the place to be if you are doing business in the Asia-Pacific maintenance market!