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144 Schneller Inc 1C1


6019 Powder Mill Road, Kent, Ohio, 44240, United States T: + 1 330 676 7122 F: + 1 330 673 6374 E: vgray@schneller.com W: www.schneller.com Contact name: Verla Gray


Schneller LLC offers a complete portfolio of engineered decorative products for interiors including: Film Laminates for ceilings, window panels and bins; Reinforced Laminates for high abuse areas such as galleys and carts; Thermoplastic Sheets for seat components; and tough, slip-resistant Non-Textile Floor Coverings including new AerEase aisle and cabin floor covering. Schneller is a global leader in the development and production of engineered decorative laminates and non-textile flooring for aviation and ground transportation. Schneller provides continuous roll and sheet production from its ISO-9001 certified production facilities in the United States and sales and services support offices in France and Singapore.


SCIMUS GmbH


Steigwiesen 11, Immenstraad, 88090, Germany T: + 49 75 4590 9095 1 Contact name: Mr Colin Flay


Scimus is a young dynamic company, set up in 2007 to meet the demand for design-and- manufacture or ''system'' suppliers in the interiors market. Scimus offers not only an innovative engineering design function but also a competent single point of contact for ''build to specification'' projects – from concept to final production. The engineering team has many years of experience with diverse skills and expertise in the aircraft industry including aircraft seating, interior lay-out definition and major interior component design. Founders include the owners of the manufacturing facilities of: SE- Kunststoffverarbeitung, Ch.Schneider and the complete engineering services supplier GCT GmbH.


Exhibiting on the Saint-Gobain stand. 3B20 SDV International Logistics 4B3


3, Rue du Remblai, Zone de Fret 3, Batiment 4, Roissy CDG Cedex, 95706, France T: + 33 1 49 19 16 12 F: + 33 1 49 19 12 41 E: s.martin@sdv.com W: www.sdv.com Contact name: Ms Sylvie Martin


SDV International Logistics is a worldwide leader specialized in the supply chain management, international transport and logistics. Its Aerospace experts provide tailor-made solutions for all clusters of the aerospace and defense industry. The success of SDV International Logistics is due to the ability to deliver any size shipment on a “just in time” basis worldwide with innovative solutions and dedication to its customers. We have 445 offices and 88 countries Services: - AOG Services - Company Material (COMAT) - In House Customs Brokerage - Customs compliance program - BFE, Retrofit & Checks program mgt. - Oversized Material (engines, wings) - Multi-Modal Transportation - Distribution and Logistics. www.sdv.com Exhibiting on the GIFAS stand.


Schott AG


Otto-Schott-Strasse 2, Mainz, D-55127, Germany T: + 49 61 3166 7845 F: + 49 61 3166 7846 E: fiberoptics.info@schott.com W: www.schott.com Contact name: Nina Berlin


The Schott Aviation Platform offers customized high-tech fiberoptic and LED solutions for applications such as Exclusive Interior Lighting, Reading Lights, Infotainment, Entertainment and Sensors as well as technologies for Instrument glasses and Hermetic packaging. Our fibreoptic and LED products have once pioneered markets such as the in-seat Aviation Reading Lights. Nowadays, Schott offers the aviation and transportation industry a variety of innovative and high-quality designs and cutting-edge solutions for creating fascinating room concepts and individual interior designs, completed by highly flexible fibreoptic cables for datacom applications.


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Scott Group Custom Carpets


1D20


3232 Kraft Ave SE, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 49512, United States T: + 1 616 954 3200 F: + 1 616 954 9600 E: rrugger@scottgroup.com W: www.scottgroup.com Contact name: Mr Richard Ruggeri


With over (38) years of manufacturing experience, Scott Group Custom Carpets draws from their extensive knowledge of working with aircraft OEMS and completion centers throughout the world. With 12 in-house artists and a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, Scott Group provides quick solutions to meet the demands of aircraft designers and their customers. Founded in 1969, Scott Group Custom Carpets manufactures hand made and custom machine made wool and silk carpets for the aviation industry. The corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility are located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.


Exhibiting on the Carter Green Aerospace stand.


SE Kunststoffverarbeitung GmbH & Co. KG 3B20 Kanalstrasse 17, Lanenargen, D-88045, Germany T: + 49 75 439 6430 F: + 49 75 4396 4390 E: contact@se-k.de W: www.se-k.de Contact name: Thorsten Eymael


SE-K supplies not only functional, but also decorative plastic components for a premium interior (equipment) – for you. But before you can take to the sky, decisions regarding feasibility have to be made on the ground.


Since over 30


years we provide advice on engineering, development and selection of materials – beginning from prototypes, tooling to series production of assembly groups. It goes without saying that our requirements regarding design and materials used are particularly high. Our starting point: your demands. The result: ideal solutions. Your requirements become seizable products by making use of our know-how and our modern facilities.


Exhibiting on the Saint-Gobain stand.


Proven on over 1000 flights Visit us on stand 4D15


www.aeromobile.net


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