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French pavilion roars ahead at Autosport International 2011

10.12.2010
The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London will showcase six motorsport technology companies at Autosport International 2011 – an annual pre-season motorsport trade show to be held at the NEC in Birmingham (UK) from 13 to 14 January. These French companies will present their innovative products and advanced technological solutions, and will aim to reinforce (or to establish) professional contacts and explore business opportunities between France and the UK.

The French Pavilion (Stand E127 in Hall 9) will offer a unique environment in which visitors will be able to discover new products and find potential business partners. The exhibiting companies will showcase a wide range of products and technologies from across the entire motorsport sector.

The companies due to attend are as follows. Further details can be provided on request.

AUBERT & DUVAL

AUBERT & DUVAL is a key supplier for the motorsport industry, which includes Formula One, World Rally Championship, IndyCar and MotoGP. The company offers a wide range of metallurgical solutions, as well as a dedicated service which meets the varied requirements of the motorsport industry. AUBERT & DUVAL designs, melts and manufactures special steels, superalloys, as well as aluminium and titanium alloys for use in bars, forgings, castings, sheets and powder metallurgy.

For more information, please go to: www.aubertduval.com

CRISARTECH

CRISARTECH has specialised in cost-efficient LCD dashboards since 1999. These dashboards can be fully customised, and perform acquisition through wired sensors and CAN bus to meet drivers’ and co-drivers’ exact needs.

For more information, please go to: www.crisartech.com

Da Luz Développement

Da Luz Développement has 15 years’ experience in the manufacturing and sale of engine and gearbox parts for racing cars. The Da Luz Développement team comprises five qualified technicians who design manifolds and custom-made stainless-steel exhausts, as well as assemble gearboxes.

For more information, please go to: www.daluz-developpement.com/

SESCOI

For over 20 years, SESCOI has been developing software solutions that are renowned for their quality, reliability, and ease of use. The company is also recognised for its leading technical support and service. SESCOI has established sales and support offices across the United States, Europe and Asia, and offers an array of software solutions including WorkNC, various automatic CAM/CAD solutions ranging from two-axis milling to five-axis milling, and MyWorkPLAN, a cost-effective and easy-to-use job management system.
For more information, please go to: www.sescoi.com

ACCOR LUBRIFIANTS
Since 1983, ACCOR LUBRIFIANTS has specialised in the manufacturing of lubricants for the automotive, agricultural and industrial sectors. The company has recently further extended its activity to the manufacturing of technical products such as coolants, antifreezes and windscreen washer fluids.

For more information, please go to : www.accor-lubrifiants.com

SEMIP

SEMIP provides Formula One, World Rally Championship and Le Mans car manufacturers with strategic applications such as control engines, gear boxes, dampers and steering positions. These high-quality applications offer reliability and top performance.

For more information, please go to: www.semip.com

About the Trade Commission of the French Embassy in the UK

The Trade Commission of the French Embassy in London promotes trade development between France and the UK by offering a range of services to French-based companies. The Industrial Goods Department organises B2B events in the form of conferences and networking opportunities, mainly in London.

The Autosport International Show will take place at the NEC in Birmingham (UK) from 13 to 14 January 2011 between 9am and 6pm each day. The French Pavilion can be found at Stand E 127, in Hall 9 (Stand E 129 for Accor Lubrifiants and Stand E 573 for SEMIP).

For more information, please contact Ms Magali Pialat, Trade Development Advisor in the Industrial Goods Department of the French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London, or Ms Mary-Ann Williams, Press Officer.

Ms Magali Pialat
Trade Development Advisor
Industrial Goods Department
Infrastrucure, Transport and Industry Sector
Email: magali.pialat.int@ubifrance.fr
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7024 3620 (direct line)
For further information about the French Trade Commission in the UK, please go to: www.ubifrance.com/uk

Mary-Ann Williams | UBIFRANCE
Further information:
http://www.ubifrance.com/uk

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