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129 Mexmil Global Services Inc 4B10


3100 Technology Drive, Suite 100, Plano, Texas, 75074, United States T: + 1 425 281 4701 E: jim.cangiano@mexmil.com Contact name: Mr Jim Cangiano


Mexmil Global Services is a premier provider of interior overhaul, refurbishment and repair services with resident interior design and certification resources.


A subsidiary of TMC


Aerospace, Inc., global support of airlines is facilitated via EASA and FAA 145 repair station approvals. Mexmil Global Services also provides component manufacturing to many of the leading seat, galley and lavatory OEM manufacturers. Whether you are an airline in need of interior design, seat shop or galley and lavatory MRO support; or an OEM looking to support both your production and in-service support needs; Mexmil Global Services will provide superior value solutions.


Exhibiting on the TMC Aerospace Inc stand. Mezzo


Ledian House, 45 Bedford Row, London, WC1R4LN, UK T: + 44 (0) 20 7092 1780 F: + 44 (0) 20 7092 1808 E: info@mezzo.aero W: www.mezzo.aero Contact name: Mr Steve Crawley


Mezzo offer complete IFE solutions; from full service portable IFE packages designed to generate new revenue for airlines, upgrade older installed systems to full F/J class AVOD capability and service recovery back-up to a full range of content services for installed and embedded systems. Mezzo provide a wide range of Portable Media Players approved for IFE; Movie and TV content from all studios, games and local language programming. Airport based operations including battery charging and content loading. A range of Marketing Services including crew and ground staff training, acquisition of advertising and passenger promotions via mobile, online and print.


2B1 MGS Modular Galley Systems


Nersinger Str. 14-16, Elchingen, 89275, Germany T: + 49 73 0881 180 F: + 49 73 0811 880 E: ggerberding@mgs-aircraft.de Contact name: Ms Maria Hausner


MGS enlarges the possibilities to delight your passengers with new meal ideas. The MGS engineers have developed additional inserts for the MGS-Induction Heating Unit (IHU) to create more value with the inductive heating technology in aircraft galleys. The new inserts provide the possibilities to: - toast bread - scallop sandwiches, pizzas, toasts - cook rice from scratch - prepare fresh steaks with a steam exhausting system to to filter odours and cooking vapours - boiling eggs. The MGS IHU and the wide range of MGS Accessories are saving space and offer an all-in-one solution for the aircraft galley of tomorrow.


1F70


Mexmil Textiles


4B10


3100 Technology Drive, Suite 100, Plano, Texas, 75074, United States T: + 1 336 345 1149 E: robin.butler@mexmilglobalservices.com Contact name: Mr Robin Butler


Mexmil Textiles, one of the family of TMC Aerospace Inc. companies exhibiting at the show , is a provider of quality textiles for the aviation industry, including: seat fabrics, carpet, drapery, bulkhead and sidewall covering. Also, the exclusive provider of the unique Deconel™ cover material to the commercial aviation industry, Mexmil Textiles also can provide custom concepts and design services to help distinguish your airline. This year we are proud to introduce a unique “green” drapery fabric the first in a line of environmentally friendly textiles we are bringing to the aviation industry.


MGR Foamtex


4E30


Unit 10-12 Jefferson Way, Thame, Oxfordshire, OX9 3SZ, UK T: + 44 (0) 1844 260 444 F: + 44 (0) 1844 260 157 E: sales@mgrfoamtex.co.uk W: www.mgrfoamtex.co.uk Contact name: Peter Jordan


MGR Foamtex Ltd the market leader in innovative upholstery systems. MPS (Multi Postural Seating) - now flying with Cathay Pacific and SAS. Integration of the foam and dress cover into a holistic approach to lie-flat premium seat comfort and appearance will be a central feature of the stand. Ecomfort™ Lite – product launch, all the benefits of the MPS system in an economy seat envelope. Both foam types are medically proven breakthroughs in ''supportive cushion'' technology and the alleviation of DVT whilst offering unsurpassed comfort. Mid Life Refresh concepts, including leather cover option, with full EASA 21J/21G and 145 approvals.


MICUS AB


Gymnasievagen 16, Skelleftea, SE-93157, Sweden T: + 46 910 196 83 E: lars.lindberg@micus.se W: www.micus.se Contact name: Mr Lars Lindberg


For further information please visit our stand. Exhibiting on the SAS Technical Services stand.


4B19


Proven on over 1000 flights Visit us on stand 4D15


www.aeromobile.net


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