Stronger focus on aerospace

Fastener Fair France to launch new aerospace area

Gwen Kaufmann - Monday, December 2, 2019    

Fastener Fair France to launch new aerospace area
Photo: Mack Brooks Exhibitions

Fastener Fair France will devote an entire area to aerospace-grade fasteners at its next edition scheduled to take place from May 27 to 28, 2020 at the Paris Expo-Porte de Versailles (hall 3.2). "Nearly 100 international exhibitors have already booked their stand for 2020, to capitalise on the positive market outlook for industrial fasteners," said Olivia Griscelli, exhibition director for Fastener Fair France, on behalf of the organisers Mack Brooks Exhibitions. The French aerospace industry, ranked second after the USA, is France's largest industrial sector, followed by the automotive industry, both predicted to grow steadily until 2025.


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