aerospace industry


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aerospace industry

[ˈɛərəʊspeɪsˈɪndəstrɪ] nindustria aerospaziale
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“By sponsoring and exhibiting at the Summit, we are doing our part to promote Canada's aerospace industry, while raising awareness of how leading aerospace and defence contractors use Aviya's engineering products and expertise to develop, enhance and certify their mission-critical systems.”
Although the prevalence of counterfeit parts in the supply chain is difficult to quantify, the Association says, in fiscal 2009 the US Customs and Border Protection Service seized nearly USD4m in counterfeit critical technology components, including networking equipment and semiconductor devices that the aerospace industry uses.
Our commitment to the aerospace industry in the region and support for the three West Midlands companies involved in the NGCW programme shows we are working together to support innovation and produce a cleaner environment.
A century after the Wright Brothers' first flight in 1903, the aerospace industry supports 1,500 companies in the UK alone.
Chairman Alex Stephenson said: "During the last 12 months an estimated 11,000 jobs have been lost in the aerospace industry in the UK and a further 30,000 are at risk, a significant proportion of them in the West Midlands.
Turnover in the European aerospace industry rose by 5% to Euro 66 billion during 1999 compared to 1998.
The Caucus will provide educational opportunities and information on matters affecting the aerospace industry and the implications for Californias economy.
If Congress does decide to proceed with sequestration, players in the US aerospace industry may need to turn to private equity firms for financing, the association said.
The science, engineering and technology work force shortage continues to pose a serious challenge for the aerospace industry, according to a new survey by the Aerospace Industries Association.
Law firm Freeth Cartwright has launched a pilot scheme aimed at offering free legal guidance to the aerospace industry in the Midlands.
``The consequences for our national aerospace industry are going to be horrific.
REPRESENTATIVES of the Manufacturing, Science and Finance Union were today lobbying MPs over the crisis in the aerospace industry.

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