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Sep 25, 2017
100 Top Aerospace Components Manufacturers to Exhibit at The World’s AEROSPACE ALLEY!® Tradeshow in Hartford, Conn.

Original-equipment and Tier 1 manufacturers from around the world are invited to meet with members of the Aerospace Components Manufacturers (ACM) at the 13th Annual World’s AEROSPACE ALLEY!® Tradeshow on Wednesday, Nov. 8, at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, Conn.

All in one afternoon, all in one place, attendees can visit with any of the 100 precision manufacturers that will be exhibiting from AEROSPACE ALLEY!® — one of the world’s largest concentrations of aerospace components manufacturers, strategically located in Connecticut and southwestern Massachusetts.

“Our area is known around the world for turbine engines and helicopters,” said ACM President Max McIntyre of New England Airfoil Products–Pietro Rosa TBM. “What makes AEROSPACE ALLEY!® truly special is the unique concentration of companies manufacturing the parts and components, along with their special process suppliers, that make the airplanes, helicopters and spacecraft fly. We’re also densely concentrated with highly productive, high-tech workers, and focused on ongoing collaboration and innovation.”

The trade show will run from 1 to 6 p.m.

For more information and to register for the complimentary tradeshow, please visit www.AerospaceAlleyTradeshow.com. You may also contact ACM for assistance customizing an itinerary of meetings with components manufacturers of most interest.

About ACM

ACM is a non-profit regional network of independent Connecticut and southwestern Massachusetts-based aerospace companies. ACM’s mission is to attract the global aerospace industry to its unique industrial cooperative of long-established aerospace manufacturers, processors and suppliers offering a cost-effective supply chain that exceeds customer expectations. Working together as a network, member companies collectively offer broader capabilities than they could as individuals. For more information, visit www.aerospacecomponents.org.

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