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132 NMC Group Inc


2755 Thompson Creek Road, Pomona, California, CA 91767, United States T: + 1 626 688 3631 F: + 1 909 593 8309 E: info@nmcgroup.com W: www.nmcgroup.com Contact name: Jim Hartley


NMC Group will display several new product lines as well as our established products that reduce installation labour, reduce total cost, reduce weight, reduce complexity, and improve reliability. Our products are developed in conjunction with major aircraft OEM's creating innovative solutions to industry wide problems and challanges. See the latest developments in wire and cable management, insulation attachment, honeycomb panel attachment, adhesive bonded attachments, mechanically attached components.


1F50 Northern Ireland Aerospace 4C18


C/o Invest Northern Ireland, Bedford Square, Bedford Street, Belfast, BT2 7ES, Northern Ireland T: + 44 (0) 28 9069 8114 F: + 44 (0) 28 9043 6536 E: eleanor.butterwick@investni.com W: www.investni.com Contact name: Eleanor Butterwick


Northern Ireland is one of the top ten aerospace regions in Europe specializing in aero structures, precision engineering and aircraft interiors. The Northern Ireland stand accommodates four companies including: Thompsons Solutions, www.thompsonsolutions.co.uk - aircraft seating; Maydown Precision Engineering, www.maydown.com - machined components and sub-assemblies; BASE Ltd, www.basegroup.co.uk - stress analysis and design of aircraft structures and systems; Denroy Plastics Ltd, www.denroy.com - injection moulding services and associated assemblies. To find out more, visit the Northern Ireland stand and obtain your free copy of the NI Aerospace CD-Rom which provides further details on the sector and the companies involved.


Nova Coating Technologies Inc 1A30


2350 Cawthra Rd, Unit 1, Mississauga, Ontario, L5A 2X1, Canada T: + 1 905 275 2582 F: + 1 905 275 3928 E: info@novacoating.com W: www.novacoating.com Contact name: Mr Frank Dawood


Nova Coating Technologies Inc. will be showcasing our Aircraft Grade Mirror. The Aircraft Grade Mirror complies with FAA/FAR 25.853 regulations. The benefits and features of our optically clear Aircraft Grade Mirror are as follows: flame retardant, high tensile strenght, versatility, superior reflective surface, fast lead times. Our Aircraft Grade Mirror has been used in commercial and private aircraft in the following applications: flight attendant stations, galleys, overhead compartments, lavatories and decorative panels. The management team at Nova Coating Technologies possess more than fifty years of combined experience in coating applications and vacuum technology.


Norduyn Inc


6200 W Henri-Bourassa Blvd, St Laurent, Montreal, Quebec, H4R 1C3, Canada T: + 1 514 334 3210 F: + 1 514 334 2989 E: clerena@norduyn.com W: www.norduyn.com Contact name: Mr Patrick Phillips


Founded in 1933, Norduyn Inc. formerly Noorduyn Norseman, contributes to the success of its customers through the design and manufacturing of specialized products for in-flight service (Norduyn Aviation). Products include galley inserts such as oven inserts, meal carriers, ice carriers, folding trolleys as well as certified baby bassinets and airborne stretchers. Norduyn Inc. is a diversified company involved in the design and manufacturing of innovative products for commercial and military aviation as well as road transportation markets. The company is also a distributor of advanced composite materials.


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Northwest Aerospace Technologies


2210 Hewitt Ave, Suite 300, Everett,Washington,WA 98201, United States T: + 1 425 257 2044 F: + 1 425 258 8974 E: jschmidt@nat.aero W: www.nat.aero Contact name: John A. Schmidt


Northwest Aerospace Technologies Inc. (NAT) is an engineering services company specializing in large transport category aircraft modification programs requiring FAA and EASA certification. NAT provides fully integrated solutions for complete cabin interior reconfiguration programs, IFE integration programs and systems, structural and avionics modifications. NAT also develops highly engineered products for OEM production and airline retrofit programs. NAT's extensive experience and processes have been developed specifically to manage large complex modification programs with multiple suppliers while maintaining the ability to support emergent aggressive schedule requirements for our customers.


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The NORDAM Group - World Aviation Associates 4B7 Parc du Millenaire - Bat C1, Avenue de l'Escadrille Normandie Niemen, Blagnac, 31700, France T: + 33 5 34 36 11 60 F: + 33 5 34 36 11 69 E: malm@nordam.com W: www.nordam.com Contact name: Magali Alm


NORDAM is a proven leader in aircraft interiors with vertically integrated resources to design, engineer, manufacture, and certify interiors shells and cabinetry for the business, commercial, military, and helicopter markets. NORDAM’s interiors capabilities range from manufacturing custom cabinetry, bonded components, and composite panels to providing integrated interior solutions that include high-level finishes, wiring, plumbing, and plating. NORDAM utilizes the latest technology, such as CATIA V5, to maintain strict quality levels throughout production. NORDAM has served the aviation industry for nearly 40 years and is recognized as an innovator in composite and metal bond structures with design, manufacture, and repair capabilities.


Proven on over 1000 flights Visit us on stand 4D15


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