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130 Mobius Modell & Formenbau GmbH


Kiebitzhorn 26, Barsbuttel, 22885, Germany T: + 49 40 6709 0009 F: + 49 406703451 Contact name: Mr Wolfgang Uecker


For further information please visit our stand. Exhibiting on the Hanse Aerospace Wirtschaftsdienst GmbH stand.


4C5 Molis GmbH 4C5


Im Curio-Haus Rothenbaumchaussee 11, Hamburg, 20148, Germany T: + 49 04 0227 3706 F: + 49 04 0227 5315 E: carsten.molis@molis.de Contact name: Herr Carsten Molis


Molis Engineering GmbH of Hamburg is a very successful engineering service company. For more than 15 years we are specialized in aviation and space technology, shipbuilding, automotive industry, electrical and mechanical engineering. Since October 2007


Molis Engineering GmbH is one of the 1st Level Supplier of Airbus. Professional Engineers for professional aviation projects. Exhibiting on the Hanse Aerospace Wirtschaftsdienst GmbH stand.


MSA Aircraft Products 4A35


10000 Iota Drive, San Antonio, Texas, 78217, United States T: + 1 210 590 6100 F: + 1 210 590 6897 E: tschweitzer@msaaircraft.com Contact name: Mr Tim Schweitzer


Originator of the patented Accordia® pleated window shade. MSA Aircraft Products, Ltd. is still the leading designer and manufacturer of specialized interior components for the aircraft industry since 1986. MSA supplies to OEM and retrofit sectors with window shades and composite components applicable to a wide range of aircraft. PMA/STC capability for all products and product support is offered worldwide.


Mohawk Aviation Carpet


Aircraft Carpet Division, 500 Town Park Lane, #400, Kennesaw, Georgia, GA 30144, United States T: + 1 678 355 5796 F: + 1 678 355 5812 E: david_sandiford@mohawkind.com W: www.mohawkair.com Contact name: David Sandiford


Mohawk Aviation Carpet is the World’s leading supplier of 100% nylon aircraft carpeting. Partnering with Akro Fireguard, we have developed Skylon Carpet with AkroBakTM, a patented 100% nylon carpet meeting FAR 25.853 and Airbus/Boeing requirements for smoke and toxicity. Mohawk Skylon carpet outperforms wool carpet more that 6 to 1. Long lasting nylon carpet stays on the aircraft longer, resulting in less carpet in landfills, fewer new resources are used and lower annual material and installation cost for the airline. With our ReCover program airlines may be able to recycle their nylon carpet. Mohawk is ISO 9001-2000 and 14001:2004 approved.


1B10


Monogram Systems


3D20


PO Box 11189, Carson, California, 907491189, United States T: + 1 310 884 7000 F: + 1 310 884 7300 W: www.monogramsystems.com Contact name: Jonas Williams


Monogram Systems is the leading waste and water system integrator for the global aerospace industry. Monogram’s core competencies include engineering, manufacturing, and certification of vacuum waste and potable water systems, chemical toilets, trash compactors, galley vacuum sinks, air chillers, specialty operator seats, and other cabin equipment. Monogram’s expertise includes system digital controls and indication, including advanced fluid sensing and electronics. Visit our Stand at 3D20 to discuss how Monogram Systems can provide innovative solutions for your demanding requirements.


Exhibiting on the Zodiac stand.


MSI GmbH & Co. KG


Pommernstr 8, Ruesselsheim, 65428, Germany T: + 49 61 4295 5145 F: + 49 61 4295 5111 E: klaus.langen@msiair.com Contact name: Mr Klaus Langen


For further information please visit our stand. Exhibiting on the Alround Service GmbH stand.


3F5


Proven on over 1000 flights Visit us on stand 4D15


www.aeromobile.net


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