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Young Engineers Inc


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25841 Commercentre Drive, Lake Forest, California, CA 92630, United States T: + 1 949 581 9411 F: + 1 949 583 7662 E: pwells@youngengineers.com W: www.tye.aero Contact name: Pat Wells


For further information please visit our stand. Exhibiting on the Aircraft Components & Equipment Supplies Ltd stand.


Zodiac


2 Rue M.Mallet, Issy les Moulineaux, 92130, France T: + 33 1 41 23 25 54 F: + 33 1 40 93 42 76 E: ccharles@zodiac.com W: www.zodiac.com Contact name: Corinne Charles


As a highly competitive, medium-sized aerospace equipment and systems supplier, Zodiac offers a comprehensive range of well-proven products and genuine ability to integrate several systems within an aircraft. Companies of Zodiac business segments are on board all major recent aircraft programs. Aerosafety Systems - Emergency Evacuation Systems, - Parachute & Protection Systems, - Emergency Arresting Systems, - Elastomer Technologies & Systems, Composites - Electrical Interconnect Systems. Aircraft Systems - Equipment & Systems (Fuel, Oxygen, Electrical Power Management). Cabin Interiors - Seats, - Integrated Cabin Equipment, - Cabin Interiors and Systems. Technology - Telemetry & Telecommunications. Zodiac Services - Customer support.


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Zotefoams Plc


675 Mitcham Road, Croydon, Surrey, CR9 3AL, UK T: + 44 (0) 20 8700 0000 F: + 44 (0) 20 870 00000 E: info@zotefoams.com W: www.zotefoams.com Contact name: Miss Jennifer Petit


Zotefoams manufactures the world’s lightest closed-cell thermoplastic foams. Plastazote® LD24FR and MP15FR polyolefin foams have been used in the aviation industry for many years. ZOTEK® F and ZOTEK® F HT are new lightweight PVDF foams that offer excellent flammability performance (FAR 25.856(a), low OSU), very good chemical, temperature and UV resistance. They are used in the commercial, military aircraft and aerospace industries and suited to many thermal and acoustic insulation, damping and soft-touch interior trim applications as well as light-weight structural components. Several OEM approvals (BMS 8-371A and NATO) have been gained. On-going developments include conductive PVDF and polyamide foams. Exhibiting on the Wulfmeyer Aircraft Interior GmbH & Co KG stand.


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Zenda Leather


P.O. Box 2609, Hickory, North Carolina, 28603, United States T: + 1 828 397 2123 F: + 1 828 397 2262 E: jd.casaretto@zendaleather.com W: www.zendaleather.com Contact name: Mr Juan Diego Casaretto


Established in 1890 under the name Branáa Tannery, Zenda has been producing top quality leather for the aviation, automotive and furniture industries. With many years of experience behind it, highly skilled staff, and continuous innovative technology Zenda is a company that offers customers One Company = Many Solutions. Zenda offers not only flat hides, but also cut and sewn covers, and cut to pattern programs. All of Zenda’s leathers meet the FAA regulations. We have 11 plants around the world, in Uruguay, Argentina, Germany, South Africa, United States, and Mexico as well as a commercial office in China.


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Zodiac Services


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Avenue du Parana - BP 303, Courtaboeuf, 91958, France T: + 33 1 64 86 69 69 F: + 33 1 64 86 69 79 W: www.in-services.com Contact name: Ms Yannick ASSOUAD - ZODIAC Services CEO


From September 1st 2008, ZODIAC Services, formerly IN-Services for the Aircraft Systems Segment, will be the new organisation regarding the After-sales support of the Aerospace ZODIAC Group. Operating via a worldwide product- support network, ZODIAC Services will be totally committed to high quality services. Exhibiting on the Zodiac stand.


Proven on over 1000 flights Visit us on stand 4D15


www.aeromobile.net


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