agpur, Jul 6 (PTI) The annual Commanders' Conference of the Maintenance Command of Indian Air Force (IAF) will be held at the Vayusena Nagar here on July 9 and 10. It will be attended by Commanders of equipment depots, movement control units and Air Force liaison establishments. Air Marshal J Chandra, Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Maintenance Command, will inaugurate the conference on July 9. Being a premier establishment of the Indian Air Force, Maintenance Command plays an important techno-logistic role by providing the requisite maintenance support to the operational and training commands. Besides repair and overhaul of equipment, the units are engaged in procurement, presentation, storage, transportation, upgrades and modification of equipment to enable operational units to accomplish their tasks, a release from Defence PRO said today. The objective of the conference is to review the performance of last year and provide a platform for sharing each other's experience so as to resolve functional problems. Modernisation of infrastructure, cost effective inventory management, enhancement of quality of product support and job enrichment will be the areas of focus. Trophies and awards will be presented to various formations for their performance during 2011, the release added.