Acquisition and expansion by Aero Sekur has strengthened the organisation’s international presence and product offer for the aerospace industry. The engineering innovator, whose specialisms include helicopter safety and survival systems, returns to Farnborough International Air Show with a display incorporating seven Group companies, three of which are new businesses.
With a stand designed to showcase the company’s skills providing a centre of excellence for safety systems, Aero Sekur will present an integrated display that features the new additions to its Group. Aero Sekur Inc. is one of the new companies: based in New Jersey the operation is expanding the Group’s business in the US, with particular focus on increasing its liferaft and flotation system customer base.
As a result of Group growth, an expanded product range will be presented at Farnborough including flotation products, liferaft systems, parachutes, MRO, inflatable climatic controlled aircraft maintenance enclosures and flexible fuel tanks. Additional capability on display will be NBC protective clothing for aircrew, Space technology and safety system microsensors under development by Sensichips, part of the Aero Sekur Group.
Commenting, Aero Sekur Chairman and Group Chief Executive Mark Butler said: “These are exciting times for the company and Farnborough is the ideal platform to present growth in the Aero Sekur Group. With Aero Sekur Inc. we are further penetrating the American market and our other new companies, which will be further detailed at the show, are expanding our product portfolio and service capabilities. Aero Sekur has grown significantly over the last five years. Despite the difficult economic conditions, Aero Sekur has doubled its turnover since 2007 and Farnborough has played a key role in our development: the show enables us to present our capabilities to key players in the aerospace market. The new companies added to the Group provide skills and services that complement and strengthen our offer to the industry.”
Aero Sekur will exhibit on stand B8 in Hall 4. Key display features will include a parachute canopy. Hostesses in distinctive Aero Sekur ‘airline attire’ will join the company’s staff manning the stand.
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