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106 EXPERT Systemtechnik GmbH


Broenninghauser Strasse 35 E, Bielefeld, DE-33729, Germany T: + 49 52 1959 67-0 F: + 49 52 1959 6710 E: sebastian.bruder@expertsystemtechnik.de W: www.expertsystemtechnik.de Contact name: Dankward Brinkmann


Expert Systemtechnik specialised in CAM systems powered by 2-D JetCutting technology are exhibiting for several times. EXPERT CAD/CAM systems products are acknowledged for automated leather cutting in the automotive interior and upholstery furniture industry worldwide. Outstanding features are constant accuracy and high speed to obtain optimized yields of not only soft materials like leather hides, but also technical textiles and new industrial materials in several applications. Hourly demos of the new JetCutter type cutEXPERT minijet will be shown at our stand, says Dankward Brinkmann. Industry professionals are invited to bring soft materials for cutting trials.


1E3 Farnborough Aerospace Consortium


The Silver Building, Farnborough Airport, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 6XA, UK T: + 44 (0) 1252 375 600 F: + 44 (0) 1252 377555 E: tracy.plews@fac.org.uk W: www.fac.org.uk Contact name: Ms Tracy Plews


FAC is a business-winning trade association with international members. It is the largest and most established aerospace and defence trade body in the UK, providing support to the 1200 related companies located in the heart of the UK’s aerospace industry. FAC experts act as an enabler for business between large primes and the supply chain, particularly SMEs. Enabling new business and supply chain opportunities within the Global marketplace, enables members to become more competitive through facilitating local and international trading, technology transfer and development, sharing of best practice, training, contact with public sector organisations and Government.


4E38 Federal Mogul Systems Protection


L'Européen, Rue Jean Monnet, BP 50104, Compiegne Cedex, 60201, France T: + 33 3 44 30 39 44 F: + 33 3 44 30 39 49 E: aetw.group@federalmogul.com W: www.federalmogul.com/sp Contact name: Mr Thierry Rodrigues


Federal Mogul Systems Protection designs a full line of sleeving and protective wraps. The company's product bundle wires protect against abrasion, fluids, heat, fire. Come and discover our product Roundit 2000NX EMI which combines mechanical and EMI protection (AECMA EN 6049-008) with a self wrapping design. In our Roundit Range as well, come and see our RounditTherm concept for a fire protection up to +1100°C with our three-layer sleeve: RounditTherm-A (AECMA EN6049-009).


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FahnenFleck GmbH & Co.KG


Haidkamp 95, Pinneberg, 25421, Germany T: + 49 04 10 17 97 40 F: + 49 04 101 79 74 45 E: info@fahnenfleck.de W: www.fahnenfleck.de Contact name: Herr Andreas Fleck


Impressive Uniforms, Accessories and Embroideries by FahnenFleck.


Since 1882 FahnenFleck has evolved into one of the most well-known company for uniforms, cloth and metal badges, hand and machine embroidery as well as flags. The high quality of our products is the reason why our customers include governments and airlines all over the world. But not only uniforms and accessories are produced by FahnenFleck in extraordinary quality. Our embroideries by machines or hands decorate the interior of private aircrafts as well as international airlines. For any request, usual or exceptional, we use only first class fabrics and all our products are made by our 80 employees only in Germany under strictest quality-control. Exhibiting on the Hanse Aerospace Wirtschaftsdienst GmbH stand.


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FAST Aero Space Technologies AG


Airport, Grenchen, CH-2540, Switzerland T: + 41 32 654 8111 F: + 41 32 654 8150 E: info@fast-aero.com Contact name: Rudolf Lang


FAST is a Swiss company located in Grenchen and in Wallisellen (near Zurich Airport). It took over the activities from the former FARNER Air Service AG. The company is certified in accordance with EASA Part 145 (MOA)and Part 21G (POA) as well as ADOA. FAST designed, manufactured and certified a number of high quality products for executive/VIP aircraft interiors: Divans, Bunk Divans, Seating Systems, Fix or Hi-Lo Tables, Video Deployments etc. The PRIMO passenger seat achieved an ETSO approval and is currently installed in Antonov AN74 / AN140 and Fokker 50 aircraft. The installation in further aircraft types is proposed.


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FERCHAU Engineering GmbH


Hein-Sass-Weg 38, Hamburg, 21129, Germany T: + 49 04 0317 615 41 F: + 49 040 3176 15 44 E: jasmin.dehne@ferchau.de W: www.ferchau.de Contact name: Frau Jasmin Dehne


FERCHAU AVIATION Division is an international system supplier with strategically important locations in the dynamic aerospace market. Besides the German sites, located in Hamburg, Bremen, Munich, Laupheim, and Donauwörth, two independent branches in France and the United Kingdom provide AVIATION with direct channels to key partnerships with customers. FERCHAU AVIATION Division pioneers developments in the aerospace industry and is integrated into projects of AIRBUS, EADS, EUROCOPTER, LUFTHANSA and other leading companies. Responding to specific requests from airlines and driven by ongoing modernisation processes, AVIATION is rising to meet tomorrow's engineering challenges. It will be a major partner in the next few years. Get in touch with us.


Exhibiting on the Hanse Aerospace Wirtschaftsdienst GmbH stand.


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Proven on over 1000 flights Visit us on stand 4D15


www.aeromobile.net


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