Global enterprise Incheon MRO industrial investment proposal, $ 50 million export contract ...
IBITP proposed global investment companies to invest in the Incheon MRO industry in the '2017 Paris International Air Show' held in Paris, France from June 19 to June 22, Said it had signed an agreement with the United States.
At the 52nd Paris Air Show, the world's largest and most advanced aircraft expo, IBITP has set up Incheon Pavilion with 6 promising airlines in the Incheon area in order to attract global business investment by Incheon Airlines MRO business and to support global technological commercialization of airplane parts companies in Incheon area. Participated.
At the Paris Air Show, IBITP proposed investing in eight of the world's leading MRO companies, including AAR, to promote Incheon's aviation industry status and development potential. Global companies have shown great interest in Incheon's aerospace MRO industry and will continue consultations to attract investment, the IBITP said.
On the other hand, export consultation of participating companies was active. Darwin Friction, a manufacturer of aircraft brake discs, has decided to sign a contract to export British brake pads and disk products worth $ 50 million over 10 years. The company also agreed to negotiate contracts with Israeli companies to export $ 70 million over 10 years in accordance with technology development and product design agreement.
In addition, the tour simulator of Daboi & Co. (representative Choi, Chang-jin), the tour solution using the dragon of Yongbeeite (CEO Kim Sungsoo), the accumulator of SVM Tech (representative Kim Kim), the life drone of Sombi 1 (Representative Song Ho-keun) visited the Incheon Pavilion including 6 exhibitors, including buyers, visited a total of $ 173.5 million in export consultations. Meanwhile, 26 Korean companies participated in the Korean Pavilion operated by the Korea Aerospace Industries Association (KAIA) during the air show.