|Aerospace Products Literature Center at the ILA Berlin Air Show 2010 -- Aircraft/Aircraft Parts, Airport/Ground Support Eq., Composite Materials, Defense Industry Eq., Electronic Components, Machine Tools/Metalworking Eq., Non-Ferrous Metals, Security/Safety Eq.|
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Is your company interested in generating new sales leads, creating new business contacts, and establishing new partnerships in Germany, the EU, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East? If so, then don't miss out on one of the most important aerospace, defense and space industry shows in Europe! The Berlin Air Show 2010 (ILA 2010) will take place June 8-13, 2010 at the Berlin-Schoenefeld Airport, Berlin, Germany. ILA 2010 hosts the major civil and defense aircraft, engine, avionics and materials manufacturers and suppliers as well as defense corporations, space flight manufacturers, and national space flight agencies. ILA 2010 is a must attend event for civil and defense aircraft equipment manufacturers, passenger and cargo air transport companies, military decision makers and delegations, and police and border protection forces. More than 1,000 exhibitors from 37 countries met with 120,000 trade visitors and 4,300 media representatives from 70 countries at ILA 2008, setting new records.
Your company can gain access to these important decision makers at the lowest cost possible by participating in the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) sponsored and managed Aerospace Products Literature Center (APLC) at ILA 2010. Through the display of its literature in the DOC APLC booth, your company can exhibit at ILA 2010, opening up access to the German and European Union defense and civil markets as well as the growing markets in Central and Eastern Europe. DOC aerospace experts will register all trade visitors interested in APLC company literature and send those names and contact information to APLC participants.
Recognizing the importance of ILA 2010 as a venue for highlighting U.S. civil and military aerospace technology, the U.S. Department of Commerce has granted official Trade Fair Certification (TFC) to the Show. Under the TFC Program. the U.S. Commercial Service offers a wide range of support services for U.S. exhibitors at ILA 2010, including pre-show outreach campaigns to European commercial aerospace, space and military buyers, one-on-one export counseling, and the Exhibitor Support Program. All Commercial Service support programs are available to APLC exhibitors.
|Moritz Holst, Munich|
|Deborah Semb, Trade Event Programs|
Senior International Trade Specialist