Aircraft Interiors Expo is the global trade fair of reference for the aircraft-interior sector, as well as for services to airlines. The trade fair is taking place at the end of March of this year, in the Northern German city of Hamburg.
The French businesses present at the trade show, on the French Pavilion, will display their products and services in Hall 6 (Stand 6B56) and in Hall 7 (Stand 7B40).
A list of the companies that will be on the French pavilion is supplied below; a detailed catalogue is available on request.
ADHETEC is a specialist in adhesive-film technology, which is used in masking, marking, assembling, bonding, surface protection, technical cutting and decoration.
AÉROCENTRE is an aeronautical cluster based in the Centre region of France. Across the region, the sector encompasses nearly 220 companies, 12 research laboratories that work in partnership with the major players in the industry, and an airport dedicated to freight transport and aircraft maintenance.
A composite specialist, Aérofonctions provides aircraft interiors for the cockpit and the cabin, such as coat racks, VIP panels, partitions, armrests and other seat components. The company also manufactures structural products and equipment.
Air Support has become an authority in the field of aircraft-component maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), and is certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
For 20 years, ATTAX has designed and manufactured aircraft seat-attachment fittings for major aircraft seat makers. The company is introducing a new range of standardised, easy-operated fittings.
CabinExpAir is a specialist in cabin retrofitting. The company's modular approach to manufacturing cabin products optimises planning and retrofit costs.
Châteauroux-Centre Airport is an industrial airport located South of Paris. Covering 40 hectares, it is dedicated to cargo transportation, pilot training, aircraft storage, maintenance, dismantling and recycling.
Composite Industrie designs and manufactures structural composite parts designed for both the cockpit and the cabin of all aircraft types. It also proposes MRO and repair services for every composite part.
Decomatic will present its new manufacturing capabilities in small and medium lots of bolts, screws, nuts and other machine parts that are used in manufacturing for the aerospace industry.
EADS COMPOSITES AQUITAINE
EADS COMPOSITES AQUITAINE designs and manufactures high-performance composite materials, particularly for the aeronautic sector.
ELTA, a subsidiary of AREVA TA & OHB Technology, proposes safe and accessible electronic solutions for use in harsh environments. The company is a leader in automatic and survival emergency locator transmitters (ELTs).
EQUIP'AERO Industrie is a group composed of two entities: Equip'Aero Technique and Equip'Aero Services. The former is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) involved in the design and manufacturing of aeronautical embedded equipment for air, fuel and hydraulic systems. The latter acts as a maintenance, repair and overhaul facility for aeronautical embedded equipment.
JCB Aéro has been creating prestigious cabin interiors for more than 20 years, taking charge of refurbishment and aircraft-interiors projects from the design to the finishing stage.
Le Moulin Gau
With almost 150 years' experience in the textiles industry, Le Moulin Gau provides highly specialised textiles. The company delivers fabrics dedicated to the aircraft-interiors market and the transport industry, more generally, including fireproof upholstery.
LISI AEROSPACE CREUZET — INDRAERO SIREN
LISI AEROSPACE CREUZET — INDRAERO SIREN is a manufacturer of equipment for the aerospace industry. The company works in partnership with designers, contractors, aircraft manufacturers, airlines and MRO companies.
Mecabess manufactures mechanical parts and subassemblies for use in the aeronautical, industrial and medical sectors.
PGA ELECTRONIC offers fully integrated all-in-one motion and lighting system solutions controlled by in-flight entertainment and communications (IFEC) and cabin-management system (CMS) touch screens.
SANDOW TECHNIC produces custom-made shock cords such as bungee cords (2mm to 30mm thick) and straps (8mm to 120mm thick). The company's shock cords are used for fastening, stowage, propulsion, damping, shock absorption and suspension applications.
SIMAIR is a cabin-equipment specialist, dedicated to single-aisle aircraft. The company produces commercial galleys, privacy compartments and monuments, stowage equipment, dividers, partitions, and security cockpit doors.
SMAC is a specialist in noise-dampening solutions for aircraft interiors. It is organised around four core markets: SMAC AERO, specialising in the acoustic improvement of aircraft interiors; SMAC SPACE, providing pyro-shock and micro-vibration apparatus; SMAC DEFENCE, producing high-performance shock absorbers for defence applications; and, finally, SMAC RACING, focusing on high-performance bump-stop equipment for racing cars.
SWI acts as a subcontractor and service provider, mainly for the aeronautics and defence sectors. It creates upholstery and manufactures a range of leather and fabric seat covers, as well as armrest stuffing, fuselage and panel trim.
Techno Logistique specialises in seat refurbishment, cabin refurbishment, and the supply of spare parts for seats.
Yellow Window is a design consultancy offering a full service, from idea generation to concept development and industrial design, for aircraft interiors and equipment.
UBIFRANCE is the French export-support agency. As the partner of reference for French companies wishing to export, UBIFRANCE offers a complete range of services based on the provision of information on export markets, legal issues and regulations, as well as international finance and tenders, while also supplying sectorial data.
In addition, UBIFRANCE offers export advice and targeted support to companies' commercial activities, such as exploratory visits, partnership meetings, foreign exhibitions and international press communication.
Finally, UBIFRANCE runs the International Postgraduate Programme (VIE) for employing qualified personnel and young graduates outside France.
UBIFRANCE is showcasing 23 French companies at Aircraft Interiors Expo, which will take place in Hamburg (in Germany) from 27 to 29 March 2012. The companies will be in Hall 6 (Stand 6B56) and Hall 7 (Stand 7B40).
For further information about Aircraft Interiors Expo, please go to: http://www.aircraftinteriorsexpo.com/For further information about the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in the UK, please go to: www.ubifrance.com/uk/
Katherine Woods | UBIFRANCE
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