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Engine MRO Asia

13 November, 2012 - 13 November, 2012, Singapore, Singapore

The main characteristic of the Asian engine MRO sector is one of competition. The shift to new engines coupled with the arrival of new entrants into the marketplace means that MROs need to continuously improve to keep pace with evolving industry trends.  Engine MRO Asia will give you the information and best practices to ensure your company remains at the forefront of this rapidly growing industry!

Engine MRO delivers:

  • Insight into the rapid developments in this fast moving sector
  • Crucial factors to consider when planning engine maintenance in the Asia-Pacific region
  • Key technologies and developments that will impact engine MRO going forward
  • Best practices for controlling costs and optimizing work-scopes
  • Facts and figures on new engine programs and how they will influence your business
  • Information on repair capabilities in the region and how this will develop over the next 10  years
  • Options for lowering fuel consumption
  • New fleet introductions and discussion on how this will effect engine maintenance strategies

Venue

Marina Bay Sands Singapore
10 Bayfront Avenue
Singapore 018956
+65 6688 8868
http://www.marinabaysands.com/

hotel

Marina Bay Sands Singapore
10 Bayfront Avenue
Singapore 018956
+65 6688 8868
http://www.marinabaysands.com/

Aviation Week has negotiated discounted rates with the hotel: 
Single: SGD$300 (includes breakfast for one and internet access);
Double: SGD$360 (includes breakfast for two and internet access). 

Prevailing service charges and government taxes are additional.  Room rates are available for 3 days prior and after the scheduled event. 

Cut off dates for room rates is October 19th.  After the 19th, room rates will not be guaranteed and will be subject to availability and higher rates.  Please use this link to make your hotel reservations: https://resweb.passkey.com/go/SRAVIAT

Last updated: September 7, 2012

ENGINE MRO ASIA - November 13, 2012

8:30 am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00 am

Welcome and Opening Remarks

§  Juliet Trew, Events Editorial Director, Aviation Week

9:10 am

Industry Forecast – Analyzing Engine MRO Trends in Asia Pacific

§  Yen-Pu Paul Chen, Director Forecasts & Analytics, Aviation Week

§  David Stewart, VP, ICF SH&E

The Asia-Pacific region is at the forefront of the Engine MRO market, accounting for 50% of its absolute growth and predicted to be a bigger market than Europe and North America by 2020. What is the state of this sector at present and what are the factors prompting its impressive growth? How will the large numbers of new aircraft orders impact the engine MRO sector and how will demand change over the next 10 years? What challenges and opportunities will arise from development in the Asian engine maintenance market? A look at industry trends and dynamics in this fast moving sector.

10:10 am

Looking to the Future – Preparing for the Next Generation of Engines

§  William C. Kircher, Vice President, Singapore Overhaul & Repair

§  Luc Pelon, Marketing VP, Engine Services, Snecma

§  Phil Seymour, President & COO, IBA Group

By the end of this decade, the latest OEM offerings in engine design will be available in the marketplace. How are these engines different and what impact will they have on the aftermarket landscape? What effect will maintenance considerations have on the selection of new engines? What choices will operators be faced with in terms of the maintenance services available? We investigate the differences in design, material and technology in these new engine types and look at how to incorporate these new programs into future maintenance planning. We also look at the impact of these new programs on the supply and demand for spare engines and review the options for financing.

11:25 am

Break

11:45 am

Maintenance Cost Reduction – Utilizing Latest Repair Technologies

§  Rick Stine, SVP Components, StandardAero

With engine maintenance the largest segment of total MRO spend, the need to utilize cost efficient repair processes is vital and new technologies can be a key factor in this process. What recent developments have there been in repair techniques to assist operators in extending engine life? What ‘green’ technologies are available in the market to improve fuel efficiency? What effect will these new technologies have on repair trends? An update on the latest developments in repair technology and the impact they can have on overall MRO costs.

12:25 pm

Engine MRO Dilemma – Repair or Replace?

§  Jemsly Hutabarat, VP Sales & Marketing, & Rois Mubarok, Business Development Specialist, GMF AeroAsia

§  William C. Kircher, Vice President, Singapore Overhaul & Repair

The decision of whether to repair or replace an engine part is a crucial one as it impacts an operator’s ability to maximize efficiency, maintain quality and minimize costs. With an increasing focus by airlines on the bottom line, repairing may be a more attractive solution to investing in brand new components. What benefits can repair technologies offer in terms of reliability, cost and turnaround times? In this session, we look at the pros and cons of each strategy and evaluate the factors that influence the decision making process.

1:20 pm

Lunch

2:20 pm

Lease and Spare Engine Availability

§  Bobby Janagan, GM Engine Leasing, Rolls-Royce & Partners Finance Ltd

Keeping your fleet in the air is the foremost priority for all operators and leasing spare engines is a cost effective way to increase time on wing, optimise work scopes and consequently reduce MRO costs. There are various solutions available in the marketplace and in this session we will delve into what the benefits of each option are and look at how to successfully manage your portfolio to maximise these advantages, reduce risk and control costs.

3:00pm

Outlook for PMA Parts and DER Repairs

§  Patrick Markham, VP Technical Services, HEICO Aerospace

§  Adri van Ierland, VP Sales Repair Services, MTU Maintenance

With the increase in leased fleets and the growing influence of OEMs in the aftermarket, will PMA parts and DER repairs remain a viable option? We take a look at the prospects for these alternative repairs and what strategies PMA companies have in place to counter lessor non-acceptance and OEM repair offerings. What are the benefits and risks to operators of using these repairs? What demand is there in the customer community? Exploring the potentials and evaluating the future of engine repair strategies.

3:50 pm

Break

4:10 pm

Regional Focus: Engine MRO in India and China

§  Frank Haberkamp, VP Marketing & Sales Asia and Pacific-Rim, MTU Maintenance

§  Paolo Lironi, EVP, SGI Aviation

India and China, characterized by growth and expansion, have been highlighted as the new battlegrounds for the ever competitive engine maintenance market. What is the current state of engine maintenance capabilities in these countries and what future demands are predicted? What opportunities are there for new entrants and joint ventures in these marketplaces? Will over- or under- capacity be an issue? Analyzing the current state of engine maintenance services in these countries and what strategies should be utilized to be successful in capturing business in these markets.

5:00 pm

End of Life Solutions – Parting Out & Recycling Your Aircraft Engines

The life of an aero-engine can, through the overhaul process, be extended indefinitely but in recent years operating economics and environmental concerns are increasingly forcing older engines out of service at a younger age. What pro-active steps is the industry taking in terms of recycling and parting out to address the issue of higher numbers of retired engines? What new technologies have been developed for recycling the exotic metals utilized in aircraft engines and what are the advantages of reprocessing aerospace materials? How can parting out assist airlines in reducing engine MRO costs? We look at the solutions available to successfully deal with end-of-service-life aircraft engines.

5:45 pm

Engine MRO Asia Forum Concludes

 

Complete Speaker List

  • Yen-Pu Paul Chen, Director Forecasts & Analytics, Aviation Week
  • Frank Haberkamp, VP Marketing & Sales Asia and Pacific-Rim, MTU Maintenance
  • Jemsly Hutabarat, VP Sales & Marketing, GMF AeroAsia
  • Bobby Janagan, GM Engine Leasing, Rolls-Royce & Partners Finance Ltd
  • William C. Kircher, Vice President, Singapore Overhaul & Repair
  • Paolo Lironi, EVP, SGI Aviation
  • Patrick Markham, VP Technical Services, HEICO Aerospace
  • Rois Mubarok, Business Development Specialist, GMF AeroAsia
  • Luc Pelon, Marketing VP, Engine Services, Snecma
  • Phil Seymour, President & COO, IBA Group
  • David Stewart, VP, ICF SH&E
  • Rick Stine, SVP Components, StandardAero
  • Adri van Ierland, VP Sales Repair Services, MTU Maintenance

Event details

Aviation Week
13 November, 2012
13 November, 2012
Singapore
Marina Bay Sands Singapore
Singapore
Conference
ASDE-2386


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