The MRO Americas Conference takes off April 27-29, 2021, an exciting event for the aviation industry. Although originally postponed in 2020 because of the coronavirus global pandemic, the conference is taking place this year at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, as a hybrid event that can be enjoyed from anywhere in the world.
The MRO Americas Conference, now in its 26th year, offers people from all sectors of the airline industry many benefits. Those include:
- Educational opportunities, especially around new developments and trends
- Networking with peers
- Meeting new vendors and suppliers and learning about the current business climate
- Representing your company and its expertise
- Having fun!
Find the list of attendees at https://mroamericas.aviationweek.com/en/plan-your-visit/who-attends.html
Find an exhibitor by name, category, or country at https://mroamericas.aviationweek.com/en/conference/agenda.html
Safety measures are of upmost importance. Read about them at https://mroamericas.aviationweek.com/en/plan-your-visit/keeping-you-safe.html
MRO Americas 2021 has an agenda planned that is full of hot-topics. Those include the continued path to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and what lies ahead for the MRO and airline industry. Read about it at https://mroamericas.aviationweek.com/en/conference/agenda.html
A MESSAGE FROM NSL AEROSPACE
“We’re in this for the long haul, no matter what current circumstances look like. I have faith in the aviation industry to persevere and endure like we’ve always done before.”
— Jim Carney, President and
Co-owner of NSL Aerospace
We’d like to address the coronavirus pandemic and how the industry will move forward thoughtfully and strategically. As NSL Aerospace President and Co-owner, Jim Carney, said, “We’re in this for the long haul, no matter what current circumstances look like. I have faith in the aviation industry to persevere and endure like we’ve always done before.”
There is no doubt that our industry has faced adversity before. We have rebuilt and we can do that again. That’s because aviation and aerospace are businesses of progress, growth, and resiliency, no matter the circumstances.
In the current climate, business relationships are critically important for us at NSL Aerospace. We are a values-driven company, with customer service being the most important of them all. That’s how it all began in 1989 and how it continues today.
In the midst of a coronavirus pandemic, we are focusing more than ever on service and meeting our customers where they are. When many planes were grounded early on, we helped owners get current with necessary maintenance. We also continue to support our customers with valuable product and service features, like short lead times, no expedite fees, fresh materials, fast delivery, and no minimum order sizes*.
As a company, we are all hands on deck during this time. We’re having ongoing conversations about how to best support others in the industry. And we’re here for you. Get in touch today.
* There are a small number of products that have mandated minimums by the manufacturer.