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109 Gate Aviation Services 2A1


Concord House, Colndale Road, Doyle, Berkshire, SL3 OHQ, UK E: gary.morby@iasgroup.co.uk Contact name: Mr Gary Morby


For further information please visit our stand. Exhibiting on the deSter NV stand.


GCE Aviation 1A15


Yew Tree Way, Stone Cross Park, Golborne,Warrington, Cheshire,WA3 3JD, UK T: + 44 (0) 1942 292 950 F: + 44 (0) 1942 292 977 E: sales@gcegroup.com W: www.gcegroup.com Contact name: Jon Zinopoulos


GCE Aviation is a manufacturer of lightweight portable oxygen products. We are exhibiting our ‘Integra’ emergency lightweight portable oxygen assembly, which is more than 50% lighter, has additional features and has lower in service costs than common products in use today. We will also feature the ‘Elite’, oxygen conserving device. The Elite is used by many airlines, with great results for supplying a medical oxygen service during flight to passengers wishing to travel with a medical condition. Please visit our stand to discuss highly viable, self-financing retro-fit opportunities.


General Ecology 4B22


151 Sheree Blvd, Exton, Pennsylvania, PA 19341, United States T: + 1 610 363 7900 F: + 1 610 363 0412 E: info@generalecology.com W: www.generalecology.com


Assurance of superior on-board water quality. Versa-Pure® Drinking Water System by General Ecology, Inc. offers customers the choice of a variety of levels of water filtration and purification all possible within the single housing. It’s easy to quickly and cost effectively install and maintain Versa-Pure Drinking Water Systems advanced, compact design, whether on a new or retrofitted plane. Versa-Pure System’s 300 series stainless steel housing is available in multiple configurations for easy installation for galley or lavatory needs. Satisfy your customers with consistent, top quality water for coffee, tea and drinking water. AS9100/ISO Certified. PMA Available for designated products.


Gate Gourmet Switzerland GmbH


2A1


Flughofstrasse 54, Glattbrugg, 8152, Switzerland T: + 41 43 813 1299 F: + 41 43 874 3839 E: mpooley@gategourmet.com W: www.gategourmet.com Contact name: Mr Mike Pooley


The gategroup is an umbrella brand representing global airline catering provider Gate Gourmet and its recent acquisitions. Gate Gourmet, the world’s largest independent provider of airline catering, provisioning and logistics, forms the core of gategroup, a partnership of 11 brands that offer airline and other travel-industry customer’s comprehensive end-to-end solutions. Amongst those brands are: deSter – Food contact items, such as chinaware, glasses and cutlery, and airline cabin equipment; Harmony – Comfort items, such as amenity kits, headsets and blankets; Elan – Recruiting, training and contracting services for cabin staff; and Pourshins – Sophisticated procurement and supply chain solutions. Visit www.gategroup.com for more information. Exhibiting on the deSter NV stand.


Gehr GmbH Yacht and Aircraft Interior


Flughafenstr. 52 b, Hamburg, 22335, Germany T: + 49 (0)40 52 72 14 0 F: + 49 (0)40 52 72 14 14 E: gehr@gehr-interior.de W: www.gehr-interior.de Contact name: Herr Reiner Gehr


Gehr GmbH Yacht and Aircraft Interior stands for exclusive interior outfitting. Our customers are owners of private jets, helicopters and yachts. In a workshop of more than 5000 square metres, qualified personnel (reach from joiners to engineers, technicians, electricians and interior architects) is working according to all the client wishes. ISO 9001 makes sure that Gehr's customers get perfect solution for every requirement.


Exhibiting on the Hanse Aerospace Wirtschaftsdienst GmbH stand.


4C5


Gerflor


43 Boulevard Garibaldi, Tarare, F-69170, France T: + 33 4 74 05 40 00 F: + 33 4 74 05 06 83 E: gerflortransport@gerflor.com W: www.gerflortransport.com Contact name: Juliette de la Feronniere


GERFLOR, world leader in the manufacturing of floor coverings for the aircraft industry, will present its latest innovations : The world lightest floor coverings,very high definition decorative patterns,the BATIFLEX alternative to traditional carpet, technical solutions for a completely watertight system. All BATIFLEX floor coverings can be hot welded, can be delivered cut-to-size, and are available with a high quality self-adhesive backing option. They have been designed to meet the Aircraft Manufacturers and Airlines priority requirements including but not limited to reduced weight, anti-slip properties, dimensional stability, durability, telegraphing minimization, ease of installation, cleaning and maintenance.


4B1


Proven on over 1000 flights Visit us on stand 4D15


www.aeromobile.net


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