Bolloré Logistics Lands with Success at the MRO Americas

May 2nd, 2019

Bolloré Logistics exhibited at the 2019 MRO Americas tradeshow at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta from April 9th to 11th.

This annual forum drew together over 900 exhibitors and over 15,000 attendees from the commercial air transport maintenance, repair, and overhaul community from 86 countries.

The Bolloré Logistics team came in full force to maximize its presence as exhibitor at the show which is considered the premier aviation event in the Americas and is the top vertical market for Bolloré Logistics USA. At the booth, Bolloré Logistics presented its ever-expanding supply-chain solutions for airlines, OEMs, MRO service providers and leasing companies.

On April 10th, Bolloré Logistics hosted a cocktail party, right next to the convention center, which allowed them to connect with existing and potential customers in a more intimate setting outside the hustle and bustle of the conference. It was a very successful event with over 100 attendees.

"This is the exhibition and conference where airlines, suppliers, and industry experts converge to define the aviation maintenance industry," said Laurent Chantegros, Aerospace Product Manager for the Americas at Bolloré Logistics. "The MRO created a very convenient opportunity to collectively meet many long-term customers, develop new contacts with prospective customers and we're very pleased to have Bolloré Logistics featured prominently within this important Aerospace event," he added.

Next year's MRO will take place in Dallas, Texas, on April 28-30, 2020, and the Bolloré Logistics teams will be there!

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