Atlas Aerospace and Airline Component Parts Exhibit at ap&m Europe
New Brand with Continued Quality, Customer Service, Efficiency and Reliability
Dallas, TX – June 1, 2016 – Atlas Aerospace and Airline Component Parts (ACP), FAA-certified 145 repair stations and two of Aereos’ family of five aerospace companies, are exhibiting at Penton’s MRO Network hosted ap&m Europe: The Global MRO Procurement Expo, the world’s premier meeting place for the commercial aviation aftermath, in booth #B23 from June 1-2, 2016 at the Olympia Exhibition Center Grand Hall in West London, UK. Representatives from Atlas Aerospace and ACP will attend ap&m Summit on May 31 to join other stakeholders throughout the value chain to discuss and analyze the industry as it is today and its future evolution.
The two-day Global MRO Procurement Expo includes more than a thousand 10-minute, face-to-face “Meet the Buyers” sessions between exhibitors and airline and MRO buyers. “The pre-arranged, 10-minute meetings allow supply chain decision makers from around the world to meet directly in one place to discuss business in a casual environment, making it a valuable experience for everyone,” said David Baker, CEO at Atlas Aerospace CEO and Partner at Aereos. “Our showcased brand at the conference demonstrates our unification of the family of Aereos’ companies dedicated to exemplary quality, customer service, efficiency and reliability.”
Atlas Aerospace and ACP highlight their new brand at their booth (#B23). The brand, with its children dressed in vintage gear, evokes the love of flying many feel as they conjure up their childhood dreams of being in the air.
Attendees and exhibitors are encouraged to stop by Aereos’ booth to don vintage hats, scarves and goggles in front of the airplane photo wall to share with friends and family. They can also enter drawings for a FitBit Blaze and a Samsung Galaxy Tab A that will take place on June 1.
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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 this 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 Airline Component Parts (Aereos divisions)
Atlas Aerospace, an FAA-certified 145 repair station 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. Atlas Aerospace is renowned for its quality, workmanship, fast turnaround times, exceptional customer service and extended on-wing performance.
Airline Component Parts (ACP) is an FAA-certified 145 repair station, operating since 1994, specializing in the development of DER repair solutions focused on high-value expendable components. ACP’s employees have over 150 years of experience in maintenance and repair of aircraft.
Atlas Aerospace and ACP are two of Aereos’ award-winning aerospace companies, and the others are EulessAero and Aervit. With more than 100 years of combined industry experience and 150 highly skilled aircraft professionals and craftsmen, Aereos divisions go above and beyond to expand its wealth of knowledge continually to develop and master better methods, improve process efficiencies and accelerate delivery time.
five award-winning aerospace companies, and the others are Airline Component Parts (ACP), EulessAero and Aervit. With more than 100 years of combined industry experience and 150 highly skilled aircraft professionals and craftsmen, Aereos divisions go above and beyond to expand its wealth of knowledge continually to develop and master better methods, improve process efficiencies and accelerate delivery time.