Meet with Opain, Colombia's largest airport operator

Join the Danish Business Meeting with Opain S.A. in Copenhagen 5-7 December 2018. You will meet management and technical staff of the largest airport operator in Colombia.

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Confederation of Danish Industry is pleased to invite your company to meet the largest airport operator in Colombia creating vast business opportunities.

Why join?

By registering for this your company can participate in a three-day program with Opain that includes site visits and seminars. Your company will have the opportunity to organize one-to-one meetings with the right purchasers and technical staff from Opain during a visit to Denmark. Moreover, we can organize site visits to your company (on first-come-first-served basis and according to logistics).

The world’s demand for air travel is expected to double over the next two decades. To meet the increasing demand, Opain needs suppliers of several technologies, solutions and components.

Who should join?

Any company supplying the aviation sector with products and solutions. Opain’s list of potential partners is broad and falls within the following main business areas: aviation, technology, design and airport operation.

This project is also relevant for companies that already have contacts at Opain, but maybe not have the right contact or have not been able to break through with their sales to the company.

About Opain S. A.

Founded in 2006, Opain is controlled by Colombian infrastructure investment firm Grupo Argos, with a 30% direct interest, as well as 35% through airport and highway concession subsidiary, Odinsa. Grupo Argos is a conglomerate and the fifth largest company in Colombia. Currently, Grupo Argos has several investments in the energy and infrastructure sector and operates in 15 countries. Grupo Argos consits of the following companies: Cementos Argos, Celsia, Argos, Opain and Odinsa.

Opain is responsible for the management, modernization, expansion, operation and maintenance of the International Airport El Dorado in Bogotá, Colombia.