Dallas, TX – May 25, 2018 – Two Aereos divisions, Atlas Aerospace and ACP (Airline Component Parts), are exhibiting at the prestigious ap&m Europe 2018: The Global MRO Procurement Expo. The two companies will be exhibiting throughout the event in booth #D38 at the Olympia London Grand Hall, Kensington, London. The ap&m Summit occurs on the 29th of May, while the ap&m Europe exhibition is the following two days, May 30 – 31.
The two-day commercial aviation aftermarket exhibition includes the signature “Meet the Buyers” sessions. In 2017, more than twelve hundred, face-to-face, 10 minute meetings were held between exhibitors and buyers for airlines, OEMs, MROs and leasing companies at the Global MRO Procurement Expo.
Last year, nearly 100 acquisition executives appeared at the unique event, leading to hundreds of new buyer/supplier relationships. “The ‘Meet the Buyers’ sessions at ap&m are invaluable,” said David Baker, CEO at Atlas Aerospace CEO and Partner at Aereos. “Speaking directly to key leaders in the supply chain in a casual environment benefits everyone.”
Apart from the “Meet the Buyers” sessions, all attendees and exhibitors are encouraged to stop by booth #D38 to speak with the company’s experts about the latest capabilities. Atlas Aerospace and ACP are FAA-certified 145 repair stations and two of Aereos’ family of aerospace companies.
Companies represented at this conference are:
- Atlas Aerospace – Atlas Aerospace, an Aereos division, is an FAA-certified 145 repair station specializing in the repair and overhaul of complex pneumatic, hydraulic, electro-mechanical, fuel and electronic components in support of airlines, MROs and OEMs from around the world.
- Airline Component Parts (ACP) – an Aereos division and an FAA-certified 145 repair station, operating since 1994, specializing in the development of FAA approved repair solutions focused on high-value expendable components.
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About Penton, MRO Network and ap&m Europe
Penton, a New York-based information services company that empowers 20 million business decision makers in markets that drive more than 12 trillion dollars in purchases each year, acquired ap&m Europe, the global MRO procurement expo, in January of last year. MRO Network, part of the Aviation Week Network and powered by Penton, is a media outlet that gives a voice to the global MRO community: people working within commercial aviation engineering and maintenance at airlines, MROs, OEMs, suppliers and others allied to the field. MRO Network brings together an unparalleled range of opportunities for networking, learning, news, analysis and opinion – in print, face to face and online.
About Atlas Aerospace and ACP
Atlas Aerospace, an FAA-certified 145 repair station – celebrating its fortieth year – founded in 1978, specializes in the repair and overhaul of key pneumatic, hydraulic, electro-mechanical, fuel and electronic components in support of airlines, MROs and OEMs from around the world. ACP, also an FAA-certified 145 repair station, specializes in the development of FAA approved repairs with a focus on customized repair solutions for high-value expendable components. With over 100 years of combined industry experience, these two Aereos divisions remain committed to learning and continuously seeking opportunities to master new and better methods — not only in repair and service technology, but also to advance turn times, ensure accuracy, improve customer service and add value. Learn more about Aereos and its operating companies at http://aereos.com.