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ASD at the MRO Middle East 2024

ASD is participating in the MRO Middle East conference taking place on 05 and 06 March at the Dubai World Trade Center, UAE.

The MRO Middle East conference is the largest event of its kind in the MENA region, attracting over 5,000 attendees and 200 exhibitors each year. The event plays a crucial role in driving innovation and growth within the aviation MRO sector in the region. It provides a valuable opportunity for professionals to stay updated on the latest developments and explore solutions to improve efficiency, optimise operations and enhance safety in the aviation industry.

Our Managing Director, Dave Browne, and RFID Implementation Manager, James Marston, arrived in Dubai on Monday and have a busy schedule of meetings and events planned throughout the week in both Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

The MRO Middle East conference provides ASD with a unique opportunity to strengthen relationships with existing customers from around the world who are also attending the event.

Beyond connecting with current partners, the MRO platform can also be leveraged to engage with new potential collaborators and industry experts, expanding our network and developing new partnerships.

Lastly, MRO Middle East provides invaluable insights into the latest trends and challenges shaping the MRO industry, which in turn enables our team to explore potential areas for growth and add value to our existing RFID solutions.

ASD's participation in MRO Middle East 2024 underscores our commitment to developing mission-critical applications based on cutting-edge RFID technology, specifically designed to meet the unique needs of the aerospace and aviation market sectors.

Connect with Dave Browne and James Marston to learn more about ASD's solutions. Feel free to reach out to them directly on LinkedIn or schedule a meeting through the MRO app.

Phone: +353 1 206 0011 /+44 161 710 1890

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