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2015 National Aerospace FDI Expo Facilitates Business Partnerships

The 2015 National Aerospace Foreign Direct Investment Expo is Oct. 26-28 at the Hyatt Century Hotel in Los Angeles. This event is designed to promote and facilitate investment opportunities for aviation and aerospace companies across the globe.

While the expo is a great opportunity for any business to build its international network, ARSA has learned in particular about Japanese companies seeking U.S. repair station partners. ARSA members interested in international business partnerships with businesses involved in commercial aircraft purchasing, leasing, disassembly and sales should contact Sachie Vermeiren at the Japan External Trade Organization  (please include company description, website and contact information with your communication).

To ensure your calendar is filled with aviation industry events, bookmark ARSA’s industry calendar page.



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