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12th Maintenance Cost Conference (MCC)

The annual Maintenance Cost Conference (MCC) offers a unique opportunity for airlines, OEMs and MROs to present the latest trends on aircraft maintenance and share best practices on maintenance cost management. ​​
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September 14 - September 15, 2016 Bangkok, Thailand

Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers

Engineering and Maintenance Professionals
    

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In its 12th year, this highly interactive conference is a 2-day event that features presentations and discussions with relevant industry stakeholders. The objectives of the conference are to exchange ideas, operational experiences and to work together to build solutions to common industry problems.
 

Topics of interest will include:

  • Improving line maintenance processes and costs
  •  Extracting value from ageing aircraft
  • Inventory management systems
  •  Big data
  • Predictive maintenance

Whom you will meet

This conference is intended for the following professionals:
 
  • Airlines (manager, director, VP and higher of purchasing, maintenance, overhaul, engineering or technology)
  • Leasing Companies (manager, director, VP and higher of purchasing, maintenance, overhaul, engineering or technology)
    MRO Service Providers (sales, marketing and business development)
  • OEMs (sales, marketing and business development)
  •  Managers and directors who focus on​:  business development, contracts, customer service, engineering, inventory, IT/software, logistics, maintenance, materials, purchasing, supply chain, logistics

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