Utah Aerospace Industry on Display at Farnborough Airshow
One of the world’s largest aerospace industry events, the Farnborough International Airshow, wrapped up at the end of July with skies full of contrails and impressive aerial displays.
Utah companies and government leaders, including Lieutenant Governor Spencer J. Cox, attended the trade show to showcase Utah’s aerospace industry and to identify new opportunities that could shape the growth of the sector in the state.
The Utah Science Technology and Research Initiative (USTAR) was one of several government and trade association groups that supported the trade mission coordinated by World Trade Center Utah. As part of the trade mission, several Utah emerging companies working in the aerospace sector, including Design Criteria, Inc., Haight Bey & Associates, International Vibration Technology, Optisys, RAM Company and SyberJet Aircraft, participated in the Utah exhibit at the Farnborough International Airshow.
"The Farnborough Airshow allowed our entrepreneurs in the aerospace and defense industry to make connections with more customers and partners around the globe,” said Suzette Alles, COO of World Trade Center Utah. “Additionally, by hosting a Utah reception and meeting with key business leaders from industry giants, we were able to further establish Utah as a premier global destination.”
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