Buildair, a spin-off of CIMNE, has recently carried out an intense international activity, which has resulted in participation in purchasing seminars, closing agreements and sponsorship of virtual events.
Buildair has participated in the United Nations 'International Procurement Seminars - IPS'. Following the strategy of expanding the scope of Buildair's activities to multilateral organizations and governments, especially in the fields of emergency and humanitarian aid, the company participated in said event at the end of January, which convened several agencies such as United Nations Development Fund, the World Food Program, the United Nations Secretariat, the United Nations Office for Project Services, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees or UNICEF.
The company shared with the agencies the technologies and solutions that it can bring to meet the United Nations needs and advance in some projects that are already underway.
Buildair has agreed with The Helicopter Company - شركة الطائرات المروحية to supply a turnkey solution of inflatable hangars fitted with internal installations: lighting, air conditioning, firefighting and low voltage supply. These hangars will support helicopters operations and Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul (MRO) activities in different locations in Saudi Arabia.
Fast deployment and portability are key features to be considered in helicopters operations, and those where Buildair hangars offer a new engineering solution.
Buildair sponsors the seminar Aero MRO India – Aviation & Defence 2021, the most important online event of the Indian MRO sector. Hosted by the MRO Association of India (MAI), it will gather top decision-makers and most relevant end-users from the civilian and the military markets.
The seminar consists of three days during January, February and March 2021, being an unbeatable setting for Buildair to present the most outstanding technological advantages within the inflatable structures field, as well as the important improvements provided by the fully airtight solutions developed by Buildair which are already in service.