Russia’s largest MRO provider to present its new big project at MRO Russia & CIS 2021

S7 Technics to showcase its engineering support services, a big development in engine services and redelivery checks capabilities

S7 Technics MRO Russia (S7T)

S7 Technics, Russia’s leading MRO service provider, to reveal its new big development in aircraft engine services capability — establishing brand new engine and APU overhaul facility.

This will happen during MRO Russia & CIS 2021, the largest event across Eastern Europe and Central Asia dedicated entirely to aircraft maintenance. This year, the event, including exhibition and a conference, will be held for the 16th time, on September 15 and 16 at Moscow’s International Trade Center.

The in-person event brings special value in the period of recovery after the crisis caused by the pandemic. It is particularly meaningful in the ongoing profound structural changes, which are reshaping the air transport industry.

S7 Technics has always been the anchor exhibitor at the show, whilst the engineering holding’s experts take an active role in the conference agenda. This year will be no exception – the company is deploying a team of more than 15 dedicated professionals to represent its businesses and competencies during the event.

During the course of the event S7 Technics’ professionals will showcase the holding’s ever expanding capabilities, with a particular focus on redelivery checks, engineering support services and a big development in aircraft engine services.

As far as a conference program is concerned, S7 Technics is going to announce Russia’s brand new engine and APU overhaul facility. This new site will be highlighted in detail in the presentation of Alexey Starkov, S7 Technics’ director for engine MRO.

S7 Technics expands its capabilities way beyond just servicing the components, to actual production of a whole range of parts. Sergey Khrustikov, project manager for S7 Technics can tell all about it.

Maxim Pivovar, S7 Technics’ IT development director will contribute to panel discussion titled Airlines and MRO Providers in the Times of Crisis. Another discussion, on a no less pressing issue of MRO Market recovery will benefit from participation of Roman Fedorov, deputy director for economy and finance, S7 Technics.

To add even more value to the conference agenda, representatives of other companies within the S7 Group will contribute with their presentations. Elena Novikova, head of customs clearance department at S7 Cargo will tell about the most challenging aspects and specifics of Customs administration.

The annual international MRO Russia & CIS 2021 exhibition and conference is the largest and unique business event on the Post-Soviet territory, which is dedicated entirely to continued airworthiness of aircraft fleets operated by airlines in Russia and across the regions of the former Soviet Union. It is supported by Russia’s Air Transport Operators Association and organized by ATO Events. More details on the event agenda may be found on its official web-site

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