BOOTH AsC20 | 4-6 NOVEMBER 2015 | JAKARTA, INDONESIA

 

 

Rubb Pte Ltd to exhibit at Airports and Aviation Indonesia 2015

 

 

meet rubb at boothAsC20

 

 

Strong growth in aviation infrastructure investments worldwide is driving the demand for permanent and relocatable aircraft hangars. Rubb has delivered hundreds of hangars over the years and has the field proven design and delivery capability airport operators and MROs are looking for.

 

 

The most recently completed large Rubb aviation project is the Hawaiian Airline hangar and cargo building in Honolulu. With a span of 84 meters it is one of the largest yet delivered. The larger Airbus and Boeing aircraft require free spans up to 100 meters, which requires expertise in structural design that Rubb can provide.

 

 

Hawaii airlines aircraft hangar

 

 

A large number of other hangar projects are in various stages of delivery, from the 91m wide twin insulated ‘Thermohall’ hangars in Rockford USA, to A321 hangars in Ho Chi Minh, City, Vietnam.

 

 

concept hangars designs

 

 

PVC membrane cladding is the most cost effective and flexible solution for a wide range of hangar sizes, from large spans (up to 100 meters) as well as for smaller aircraft models such as the A320 and B737, which require 45 meters wide spans. Rubb Pte Ltd (Singapore) and our engineering partner BBE Solutions (Kuala Lumpur) are well positioned in SE Asia to supply the growing demand in the aviation sector.

 

 

Come and meet us at AAI 2015 at BOOTH AsC20 4-6 November in Jakarta. We look forward to discussing your requirements for aircraft hangars and can provide cost effective and reliable solutions to suit your needs.

 

 

Contact the Rubb team at AAI 2015

 

Rubb Singapore Managing Director

Robert Farrell

General Manager

 

Tel: +65 9722 5016

Tel: +65 6425 4134

E-mail: rfarrell@rubb.com

Skype: robert.ryan.farrell

Rubb Singapore Managing Director

David Lee

Sales Executive

 

Tel: +6010 366 0771

E-mail: dlee@bbesols.com

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