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The e-brochure for the upcoming Aero-Engine Parts Conference (29-30 March, Amsterdam).

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    • AERO-ENGINEPARTS: REPAIROR REPLACE? Book by29-30 March 2011, Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre 4 February 2011 andImplementing custom-made strategies and SAVEcapitalising on the latest technologies to fulfil €150cost management targetsFeaturing need-to-know topics and speakers from across the industry:• Informative presentations on the latest repair Bram Nicolai Vice President Engineering and Maintenance technologies and processes for aero-engines Transavia• Discussions on engine parts variety; availability and Andreas Kalina cost-effective procurement Vice President Marketing & Sales Europe, Middle East & Africa• Interactive debates on formulating strategies to MTU Maintenance increase engine efficiency and reduce maintenance Vesa Paukkeri costs Vice President, Engine and Component Services Finnair• In-depth assessment of maintenance services Roberto Furlan and packages and their suitability to customers’ Vice President Part Repair, Engine Maintenance business models SR Technics• Unparalleled opportunities to strengthen and Mikkel Bardram Group Vice President – Head of Global Supply Chain develop professional relationships Satair A/S In association with:Sponsored by: Supported by: Free placesRegister now for airlinewww.aeroenginepartsconference.com operators
    • AERO-ENGINE PARTS:REPAIR OR REPLACE?Implementing custom-made strategies and capitalising on the latesttechnologies to fulfil cost management targets29-30 March 2011, Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City CentreThe decision of whether to repair or MONDAY 28 MARCH 2011replace engine parts remains crucial 19:30 Welcome receptionfor airlines to maximise efficiency,maintain quality and safety and DAY ONE: TUESDAY 29 MARCH 2011minimise costs. 09:00 Chairman’s opening remarks David Stewart, Partner, AEROSTRATEGYThe Aero-Engine Parts: Repair or Replace?Conference will welcome key stakeholders from 09:10 Keynote addressacross the aero-engine sector, delivering essential Bram Nicolai, Vice President Engineering and Maintenance TRANSAVIAupdates on market developments, the latest onrepair technologies and processes, and the impact 09:25 Business card exchangeof upcoming regulations on industry operations. 09:45 Looking ahead: An aero-engine market trends outlook • Evaluating the impact of the economic crisis on the industryWHY YOU MUST ATTEND: • Examining the medium to long term development of the market • Outlining strategies to effectively adapt to the changing market whilst maintaining competitiveness• Examine aero-engine market trends and David Hygate, Executive Sales Associate, TEAMSAI opportunities and how they will affect your business 10:15 The rising dominance of engine leasing: Moving forward in a• Evaluate practical plans and strategies resulting in complex business environment cost and time savings and quality enhancement • Understanding the increasing role of leasing companies ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION • Examining the lessors’ standpoint on the repair or replacement of leased engines• Discover the latest developments in advanced repair • Assessing airline and MRO decision-making limitations in the maintenance of processes and capabilities for new and mature engines engines Jon Sharp, CEO, ENGINE LEASE FINANCE CORPORATION Don Nunemaker, Executive Vice President and General Manager• Meet key stakeholders and participate in sessions Leasing, WILLIS LEASE FINANCE CORPORATION that will address current and future industry Mark Garrett, Managing Director – Engine Leasing & Parts Trading challenges ROLLS ROYCE Craig Richardson, Sales Marketing and Leasing DirectorWHO YOU WILL MEET: TES AVIATION GROUPShare knowledge and network with decision makers 11:15 Refreshments and networkingfrom all areas of the industry, including airlineoperators, MROs, manufacturers, parts suppliers, 11:45 Common targets, individual strategies: The tailoring of enginelessors and consultants. MRO services in an increasingly cost-driven environment • Developing a better understanding of airline business models and requirements CASE STUDY • Customising services to maximise efficiency and reduce airline costs • Considering which maintenance packages, contracts and repairs best fit the airlines’UBM AVIATION CONFERENCES demandsFormerly known as Aviation Industry Group, UBM Aviation Andreas Kalina, Vice President Marketing & Sales Europe, Middlebecame part of UBM in 2008 and operates from a global East & Africa, MTU MAINTENANCEnetwork of offices across Europe, the Americas and Asia.UBM Aviation Conferences provides the global aviation 12:20 Updates on repair capabilities for current and mature enginescommunity with essential market intelligence and • Discussing the range of new repair developments on the market • Calculating the cost of repairs, parts and materials for ageing enginesunrivalled networking opportunities through regional and • Assessing the challenges and solutions in repairing mature enginesinternational conferences. Roberto Furlan, Vice President Part Repair, Engine Services SR TECHNICSSPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIESDemonstrate thought leadership, raise brand awareness 12:50 Lunch and networkingand meet decision makers. Whether your corporateobjective is to influence potential clients, strengthen existing relationships or boost your brand profile, we can create a bespoke sponsorship package for you. This program was published in December 2010. Visit www.aeroenginepartsconference.com for the most up-to-date agenda.Contact Michael Oakes at michael.oakes@ubm.comor call +44 (0) 20 7921 8278. © 2010 UBM Aviation Ltd. This program may change due to unforeseen circumstances. UBM Aviation Ltd reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers.
    • 14:00 Embracing technology: Exploring the latest advanced Vesa Paukkeri, Vice President Engine and Component Services repair processes FINNAIR • Updating on innovative tools and technologies enabling enhanced repairs and Remzi Saltoglu, Commercial Director engine life extension solutions • Recognising the range of repairs benefiting from new technologies MYTECHNIC AIRCRAFT MRO SERVICES • Calculating the cost savings arising from new technologies Branimir Vukovic, Engineering Department Manager Matthias Malina, Vice President Engine Parts and Accessories CROATIA AIRLINES Repair, LUFTHANSA TECHNIK AG 10:30 Staying in the air: Extending an engine’s time on wing14:30 PMA parts and DER repairs: An assessment of the • Reviewing which engine configurations meet the requirements for repairs to DISCUSSION prospects and barriers to their acceptance extend aircraft time on wing • Understanding the latest technologies enabling time on wing extension PANELDISCUSSION • Exploring the range and potential of PMA parts and DER repairs • Calculating the cost savings in maintenance shop visits arising from engines PANEL • Understanding the demand for PMA parts at the end-customer level staying in the air longer • Recognising cost saving opportunities and lessor approval uncertainty For updates, visit www.aeroenginepartsconference.com Kate Schaefer, Senior Vice President Business Development & Marketing, HEICO 11:10 Refreshments and networking Thomas van der Linden, Vice President of Sales, CHROMALLOY 11:40 Best practices for managing data and improving engine15:15 Refreshments and networking maintenance processes • Learning about software and technologies for processing data15:45 Planning the arrival of next generation engine and parts • Outlining the practices for transforming data into practical tools providing • Update on the latest engine designs and requirements efficient, cost-cutting solutions • Analysing the steps airlines have to take to incorporate new engines into their • Assessing present and future systems available for forecasting repairs maintenance models John F. Stone, Director, Product & Market Management • Learning about the availability of repair and maintenance services for new engines Global Aviation Solutions, Enterprise Systems & Services, Brian T. Ovington, MRO Services Marketing Leader Americas, RAMCO SYSTEMS GE AVIATION ENGINE SERVICES 12:15 Latest repair technologies for high value aero-engine16:15 Automated aero-engine repairs: components The options, opportunities and challenges • Assessing the possibilities for extending the service life of repaired parts • Reviewing current and developing methods to improve automation of repairs • Understanding how predictions from initial lab tests transfer to the various • Calculating the cost, time and reliability benefits emerging from this process operating conditions • Evaluating the demand and availability of automated repairs • Calculating the cost savings and benefits for the airlines Oscar Pérez, Head of Parts Repair, IBERIA MAINTENANCE Bernd Kriegl, Director Engineering Commercial MRO MTU AERO ENGINES16:45 Managing parts and materials: Developing a time-efficient strategy 12:50 Lunch and networking • Outlining the best procurement options for parts and materials • Improving inventory supply chain management and lowering costs 14:00 Keeping it clean and green: Balancing environmental • Assessing the best practices for maintaining parts and materials on-hand regulations, technological improvements and cost Mikkel Bardram, Group Vice President – management Head of Global Supply Chain, SATAIR A/S • Discovering the latest technologies enabling the reduction of carbon footprint Carl Glover, Vice President Sales and NOx consumption AAR AVIATION SUPPLY CHAIN GROUP • Discussing upcoming international environmental regulations • Learning from SAS experience: how to adapt to regulations, reach green V. R. Sridhar, Materials Manager – Engine Maintenance objectives and remain efficient and competitive DELTA TECH OPS Martin Porsgaard, Director Environment & Corporate Social Responsibility, SCANDINAVIAN AIRLINES17:35 Close of day one and drinks reception Jeff Gazzard, Board Member, AVIATION ENVIRONMENT FEDERATION and Co-ordinator, GREENSKIES ALLIANCEDAY TWO: WEDNESDAY 30 MARCH 2011 14:45 Understanding and conforming to regulations applicable to engines and parts09:30 Chairman’s opening remarks • Reporting on the different regional and global rules that airlines, MROs and service providers have to comply with09:45 Total maintenance support packages: • Explaining the requirements of upcoming certifications • Discussing strategies for successfully and safely comply with all requirements What are the options? • Understanding the development of the aftermarket and identifying the For updates, visit www.aeroenginepartsconference.com incoming players • Assessing the range of contracts and packages available for airlines 15:15 Chairman’s closing remarks • Recognising how these packages alter the aftermarket service providers chain 15:30 End of conference and what this means for airlinesRegister nowVisit: www.aeroenginepartsconference.com
    • AERO-ENGINE PARTS: WAYS TO REGISTERREPAIR OR REPLACE? Online: www.aeroenginepartsconference.com Fax: +44 (0)20 7955 3949 Email: conferences@ubm.com29-30 March 2011, Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre Post: UBM Aviation Conferences 245 Blackfriars Road BOOKING RATES London, SE1 9UY, UK Airline operators* Telephone enquiries: +44 (0)20 7921 8039 Please register delegate(s) for a FREE PLACE For bookings on or before 4 February 2011 GROUP BOOKING DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE Please register delegate(s) for €1149 + VAT @ 19% = €1367.31 For information on discounts on bookings of 2 or more For bookings after 4 February 2011 call the conference team on the number above and on or before before 4 March 2011 Please register delegate(s) for €1199 + VAT @ 19% = €1426.81 For bookings after 4 March 2011 Please register delegate(s) for €1299 + VAT @ 19% = €1545.81 CUSTOMER CODE*Non sales representatives from airline operators will qualify for a free place provided that they do not offer 3rd party services. Please send your business card to CSconferences@ubm.com to find out if you qualify. DELEGATE DETAILS (FOR EASE, PLEASE ATTACH YOUR BUSINESS CARD ) – PLEASE PHOTOCOPY FOR ADDITIONAL BOOKINGS Title First Name Family name Company Name Job Title Address Tel Fax Email By providing your email address you consent to being contacted by email for direct marketing purposes by UBM Aviation Conferences How did you hear about this conference? Nature of business Signature* HOW TO PAY (PLEASE TICK THE RELEVANT PAYMENT OPTION) INVOICE /BANK TRANSFER EURO PAYMENTS Please ensure that you quote our invoice number when making the bank transfer payment. Email (accounts contact) Invoice Address (if different from above) Purchase Order No. (where applicable) If paying by bank transfer please send payment to: Lloyds TSB Bank Plc, PO Box 72, Bailey Drive, Gillingham, Kent, ME8 0LS. Sort code: 30-12-18. Account name: UBM Information Ltd. Account number: 59020736 IBAN: GB05LOYD30121859020736. SWIFT: LOYDGB2LCTY. Please note that invoices will be sent separately. Invoice queries: Tel +44 (0)1732 377 108. PLEASE ALSO ENSURE THAT ALL NECESSARY BANK CHARGES ARE INCURRED BY YOURSELVES AND THAT NO CHARGES ARE INCURRED BY UBM AVIATION CONFERENCES - WE MUST RECEIVE PAYMENT OF THE INVOICE IN FULL. CREDIT CARD/DEBIT CARD Please debit my: Card no: Expiry date Issue No (for Maestro) Valid From Amount Security Code Card Holder’s Name Signature* Terms and Conditions: technical or administrative details in respect of the Conference. The 8. The Organiser’s liability for any losses you may suffer as a result of us 11. These terms and conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in Organiser will endeavour to provide you with notice of any such alterations. breaching these terms and conditions or for any breach of any statutory connection with them or their subject matter, shall be subject to English law 1. The Conference is organised by UBM Information Limited (the duty or negligence or otherwise is strictly limited to the total purchase price and the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. 5. You may transfer your ticket to another individual within the same “Organiser”), whose office is at Ludgate House, 245 Blackfriars Road, of the Conference ticket or (if liability occurs in respect of more than one company or group of companies PROVIDED that the recipient of the 12. All bookings made within 30 days of the conference must be paid by London SE1 9UY. ticket) those relevant Conference tickets. ticket would have been eligible to purchase the ticket at the price that credit card only. 2. You apply for a ticket to the Conference by completing this Order you paid for it. 9. To the maximum extent permitted by law, neither the Organiser nor any DATA PROTECTION: By entering your details in the fields above, you Form. The Organiser may at its absolute discretion accept or refuse your of its directors, employees or other representatives will be liable for any 6. You may cancel your ticket to attend the Conference if you provide agree to allow UBM Information to contact you (by mail, telephone, or fax) application. A binding contract will be formed only when the Organiser of the following losses or damage (howsoever arising and whether such written notice to the Organiser which we receive at least 30 days’ prior to regarding relevant products or services provided. If at any time you no provides you with its written acceptance of your application. losses were foreseeable or not): loss of profi t; loss of revenue; loss of the commencement of the Conference and the Organiser provides written longer wish to: i) receive anything from UBM Information or ii) have your business or opportunity; loss of reputation or goodwill; and/or any indirect, 3. By purchasing a ticket to the Conference, you agree to: comply with acknowledgement of such notice. If you provide notice in this way, you will data made available to carefully selected 3rd parties please write to the consequential or special loss; whether arising in connection with the any joining instructions in respect of the Conference; and comply with be refunded if you have already paid for your ticket. Data Protection Co-ordinator, UBM Aviation Conferences, EP8, FREEPOST Conference or the provision of our services to you. the health and safety provisions and other rules put in place by the LON 15637, TONBRIDGE, TN9 1BR, phone +44 (0)20 7921 8039 or email 7. If you fail to provide us with written notice which is acknowledged by Conference venue. 10. Nothing in these terms and conditions shall exclude the Organiser’s ubmidpa@ubm.com quoting AVIATION. the Organiser in accordance with section 6, you will be required to pay the liability for (i) death or personal injury as a result of its negligence; (ii) fraud 4. The Organiser reserves the right, due to unforeseen circumstances, full cost of your ticket. If you have already paid for your ticket, no refund VAT No. NL 8031.95.047.B.01 or fraudulent misrepresentation; or (iii) any liability that cannot be limited to alter the: content; location; timetable; speakers; venue; and/or other will be given. or excluded by law.