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ARTS to attend MRO Middle East

Posted 30 January 2019 · Add Comment

European aerospace expert ARTS will be returning to MRO taking place in Dubai from 10-12 February, 2019.

 

“Last year ARTS concluded promising cooperations with numerous companies in the Middle East and we look forward to returning to MRO to highlight our services,” said Middle East ARTS representative Mahmoud Zarif.

The ARTS portfolio includes aviation-specific MRO services, tool management services, integrated logistics services and industrial maintenance.

“Dubai and Abu Dhabi in particular offer numerous opportunities and decisive locational advantages such as customer proximity and an excellently developed infrastructure. These are decisive factors in order to be able to optimally support customers in their challenges,” added Zarif.

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