Our Metals invites you to attend "Aerospace Technologies and Material Science-2009" international seminar on 17th November 2009 in McCormick Place, Chicago, US.
The seminar is a part of Russian National Exhibition Organized by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.
The cooperation of both US and Russia countries is the most noticeable in the field of aerospace.
The “Boeing” corporation has opened research center and construction center n Moscow.
There is UralBoeingManufacturing (UBM) joint venture in Sverdlovsk region of Russia in conjunction with the VSMPO-AVISMA Corporation which is the world's largest manufacturer of titanium.
The separate session will be dedicated to joint space projects and technologies.
The fundamentals of the airline industry have changed overnight.
It seems like it was only last month when airlines were complaining about long lead times and delays to deliveries of new aircraft.
Now, airlines have announced the retiring of over 100 aircraft and delivery postponements of new aircraft deliveries.
What does this mean for the supply chain?
What are the new fundamentals for supply and demand of materials considering the rapid shift in the market?
What other major changes are experts anticipating for the industry?
|Who should attend:|
- Raw material producers
- Raw material suppliers such as service centers and traders
- Consumers such as aircraft manufacturers and OEM suppliers
- Scrap processors/brokers
- Analysts following aerospace, metal and composite manufacturers supplying the aerospace sector
- Equipment and service suppliers to the sector
- Finance and services involved in these sectors
This is a must attend event for professionals involved with the aerospace industry.
Our expanded program features coverage of the material input costs projected for the industry.
Key supply and demand factors will be discussed and the often overlooked role of scrap in the supply chain will be examined.
Much of the information presented here will be new factoring in the recent production changes for the 787 and other major new contracts such as the US Air Force refueling aircraft contracts.
Much of the information delivered at earlier conferences came before or too soon after the news broke to include revised figures.
Coverage will include key inputs such as stainless steel, titanium, composites and aluminum.