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108 Franke Aquarotter AG 4B15


Parkstrasse 1-5, Ludwigsfelde, Brandenburg, D-14974, Germany T: + 49 33 7881 8421 F: + 49 33 7881 8415 E: mobile-systems.far@franke.com W: www.franke-aquarotter.de Contact name: Mr Oliver D Gessert


Franke Aquarotter, the specialist for sanitary system solutions, developed a state-of-the-art ultra light water supply system that will be used in the brand new Airbus A380. This system affords with low water consumption to wash your hands in comfort with to use the most up-to-date technologies. The result of the development produced in Ludwigsfelde (Germany) for Airbus was a new material combination of aluminium, titanium and high-strength plastics makes the electronically controlled faucet a genuine lightweight with low water consumption of less than 1.5 litres per minute.


Freshorize Ltd 4F47


University of East London, University Way, London, England, E16 2RD, UK T: + 44 (0) 7960 821 632 F: + 44 (0) 20 8223 7502 E: freshorize@yahoo.co.uk W: www.freshorize.com Contact name: Mr Aziz Patel


Freshorize Ltd, original inventors of the award wining combined handwash and air freshener dispenser for aircraft lavatories have launched a remarkable new and improved version of their best selling '2 in 1' handwash/air-freshener dispenser. Freshorize have improved the style, aesthetics and efficiency of their classic '2 in 1' yet at the same time have demonstrated their commitment to eco-friendly production. Freshorize has provided a whole host of beneficial features in a single unique dispenser with high levels of customisation. Clean hands, whilst keeping odors out and freshness in? We like it. For more information please visit www.freshorize.com


Garner CAD Technic GmbH 4B16,3B20


Sonderflughafen Oberpaffenhofen, Gebäude 335,Wessling, D-82234, Germany T: + 49 81 5393 1321 1 F: + 49 81 5393 13999 E: karin.kaestner@garner.de W: www.garner.de Contact name: Karin Kastner


The GCT-GED Group offers the global aerospace industry a full range of engineering services from concept design to production. GCT is an EASA 21J Airworthiness Design Organisation with the total capability to design and certify an entire aircraft. We supply highly-experienced, innovative engineers and managers, at very competitive rates, on site at customer's facilities and undertake complete work-packages in our own facilities. With key location in the UK, mainland Europe and USA, the GCT-GED Group invests in new technology, adopting the latest software and systems to ensure the highest levels of performance, capability and communications with our customers.


Exhibiting on the Saint-Gobain stand.


Franklin Products, Inc.


153 Water Street, Torrington, CT, 6790, U.S.A. T: + 1 860 482 0266 F: + 1 860 482 6759 E: mcarlin@franklinproducts.net W: www.franklinproducts.net Contact name: Mark Carlin, Vice President of Sales


Franklin Products a leading designer/manufacturer of aviation seat cushions, offers energy-saving and environmentally-friendly comfort foams, as well as dress-covers. Franklin Products introduces our new Eco-Soft comfort foam based on soy-based polyols, featuring energy savings up to 61% and 36% reduction in global-warming emissions. Franklin Products introduces our new Comfort-Pro and Comfort- Core Technologies which are designed to improve weight distribution and reduce pressure points leading to improved comfort ratings. Franklin Products’ certified ergonomist Vesa Vannas, will be presenting his latest research to optimize comfort for aviation cushions and will present why our designs and materials consistently provide exceptional comfort and durability.


1C7


FuE-Future Engineering GmbH


4B13


Hein-Sass-Weg 38, Hamburg, 21129, Germany T: + 49 (0) 40 7437 8194 F: + 49 (0) 40 7437 8199 E: office@fue-gmbh.com W: www.fue-gmbh.com


FuE is an international aerospace engineering company. FuE is offering a complete portfolio of design and development services, including PDM and IT services. FuE is well positioned to process complex projects, from the designing of primary or secondary structure and digital prototypes as well as complete structural analyses. Since 2006, FuE is part of Sogeti, one of the European leader in high tech services and with 16000 employees worldwide; subsidiary of Capgemini. As Transnational Airbus supplier, FuE and Sogeti High Tech combine high-level practices: Engineer sciences, mechanical and software engineering, embedded systems, application and offshore management.


GAS Global Aviation Services GmbH


Hauptstr. 26, Lilienthal, 28865, Germany T: + 49 04 2984 66132 F: + 49 042 9846 6136 E: zeydan.oencue@global-aviation-services.com W: www.global-aviation-services.com Contact name: Herr Zeydan Oencue


Global Aviation Services is a company, with different aerospace functions, integrating existing (experienced) development, production and consulting companies. That puts G.A.S. into the category of a one stop shop for all your cabin interior needs and equipment. G.A.S. offers thru a variety of facilities and partners across the globe:Consulting/HR/Training, Refurbishment, Leasing, Cabin Components (RFID), Production, Engineering and MRO Supplementary Services. Feel free to contact us for more details or visit our Website at www.global-aviation- services.com.


Exhibiting on the Hanse Aerospace Wirtschaftsdienst GmbH stand.


4C5


Proven on over 1000 flights Visit us on stand 4D15


www.aeromobile.net


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