MRO Asia – Manufacturers, Engineering Services, And Training
January 13, 2017
Conway is a contractor for precision-machining and engineering services. Its manufacturing facility is equipped with CNC machines, non-destructive testing inspection lines (for both fluorescent penetrant Inspection and magnetic particle inspection), as well as quality-assurance equipment. Conway is able to stock raw-material inventory and manufacture bushings according to drawings and specifications (for both standard and oversize bushings) within short turnaround times.
Haeco Group provides aircraft-engineering services in Hong Kong, mainland China, Singapore and the U.S., with technical capabilities covering all common widebody, narrowbody and regional commercial aircraft types. The group recently extended its service scope to include the Boeing 787, making it one of the first independent maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) providers to perform a C check on a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. Apart from airframe-maintenance checks, the Haeco Group provides full-line services for the Boeing 787 in Hong Kong and at seven major aviation hubs in mainland China. Haeco Cabin Solutions’ Featherweight™ 3040- and 3500-series aircraft seats are also manufacturer-approved for line fitting on the aircraft.
BAE Systems Australia provides aircraft sustainment, systems and training services for defense and commercial customers. Established in 2013, it has been servicing a growing commercial-aircraft MRO market in Australia, including delivering these services to one of Australia’s low-cost airlines: Tigerair. Based at some of Australia’s major airports, its capabilities include: CASA 145 accreditation to deliver line maintenance up to and including A checks for Airbus A319s, A320s, and A321s; aircraft-maintenance support services; aircraft modifications and integration; and authorized maintenance organization (AMO) across several locations throughout Australia.
DHL offers a session where its experts share real case studies from the aviation and aerospace industry on how logistics beyond traditional transportation services can drive value to a company. The content of this session will be based on the latest white paper research from DHL on sector trends and their implications for the aviation and aerospace industry. The range of topics covered include inventory management and financing, e-commerce solutions for B2B and automation in document management to drive efficiency and ensure compliance. Participants will also have the opportunity to share their views with the audience and DHL experts in a panel discussion.
Ontic is a wholly owned subsidiary of BBA Aviation with more than 40 years of aerospace product manufacturing and aftermarket-support experience. Ontic provides FAA, Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 21 and 145 original equipment manufacturer support, including new and serviceable spares and repairs for maturing aircraft parts. Ontic supports UTAS, Thales, Honeywell, GE Aviation, Eaton, Curtiss-Wright, Safran, and others. Its portfolio includes licenses for more than 4,500 aerospace assemblies, such as: avionics, electronics, electro-mechanical, fluid pumping and control, APUs, engines, oxygen systems, fuel measurement and power generation.
Manufacturers, engineering services and training companies that will be in the exhibition hall at Aviation Week’s MRO Asia-Pacific, held Nov. 3-5 in Singapore.