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Niedersachsen Aviation: Info-Workshop "Target Market USA"

Photo: Supply Chain Excellence

16.08.2017Tips and Information

On the 11th of September 2017, the Info-Workshop about the USA takes place at the Hannover Airport from 1:30 pm until 7 pm.

The state initiative Niedersachsen Aviation invites you to a workshop "USA" at Hannover Airport. You will gain insight in market strategies, legal aspects and future mission to serve the U.S. market. Further Niedersachsen Aviation invites you to enjoy a factory tour at the premises of MTU Maintenance Hannover.

The United States of America are the worlds' largest aerospace market. Structural change and globalization are even increasing the importance for European suppliers. Despite market entry barriers, the business climate has improved in the past years. Boeing as well showed openness for co-operations with German suppliers. Both processes opens new business for german suppliers.

Regardless if a company intends to build new or to deepen existing business relationships, a well-planned preparation for the market entry is a necessary prerequisite to succeed. Niedersachsen Aviation invites you to an Info-Workshop "USA" to give an overview about the challenges, opportunities and upcoming missions and events to support your US strategy. The Airbus has dramatically increased its footprint in the U.S. supplier base. Workshop is organized in the frame of the national Initiative "Supply Chain Excellence".

You will learn about experiences with the development of business relations, export regulations and legal aspects in the U.S.. Furthermore Niedersachsen Aviation informs about upcoming missions to the South-East and Pacific North- West. 


Factory tour: MTU Maintenance Hannover

After the event you are invited to join a factory tour at the premises of MTU Maintenance Hannover. The factory in Hannover employs 1.700 people and is one of the largest of its kind in Germany. It is responsible for the maintenance of medium- and large-size commercial engines. These include the GE CF6- 50, CF6-80C2 and GE90, Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-JM, PW2000 and PW6000, International Aero Engines V2500, Engine Alliance GP7000 and CFMI CFM56-7. The location is MTU's center of excellence for high-tech repairs and is busy developing novel repair techniques.

To finalize the event, MTU invites you to join us for an evening reception. Join us for some additional networking with our international guests from Germany, Europe and the U.S..

The workshop will be held in english language.



Please register until September 06 by E-Mail to: steinkemper(at)

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