Hong Kong – 21 September 2017 – Aircraft Recycling International (“ARI” or the “Group”), the first one-stop solutions provider for used aircraft in Asia, participates in the 17th Aviation Expo China, which is held at China National Convention Center in Beijing. Being one of the members of the Hong Kong Aviation Industry Association, ARI promotes the Group’s businesses at the Expo.
In the exhibition, Ms. Christina Ng, ARI’s Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer, made introductions to the Group’s China Aircraft Disassembly Center located in Harbin, and its service scope including aircraft disassembly and maintenance, trading of aircraft and engines, purchase and leaseback of aircraft, recycling of second hand parts，etc. The audience also expressed strong interest in the business of Universal Asset Management, a global leading aviation services provider which ARI fully acquired in March this year, and its high-tech and advanced aircraft disassembly facility in the US.
Christina Ng（on right）, Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer of ARI introduces ARI’s businesses
Since its establishment in 1984, Aviation Expo China has been held in Beijing in September of every odd-numbered year. Aviation Expo China is a comprehensive and trade-focused professional aviation exhibition with the longest history in China. Over 300 exhibitors from 14 countries and regions participated in this 4-day exhibition. ARI together with other Hong Kong aviation corporates formed a delegation and made its debut in Aviation Expo China. It fully demonstrated ARI’s strong intention to collaborate and pursue joint development. Ms. Christina Ng, Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer of ARI commented, “I would like to express our appreciation to the organizer of Aviation Expo China and the Hong Kong Aviation Industry Association for their organization. We have gained a lot from this exhibition. Not only does it provide corporates opportunities to promote their businesses, but also allows industry practitioners to share knowledge and exchange ideas. We are delighted to share our story with participants from different sectors through this exhibition.”