Pexa at Le Bourget for the first time as part of Addev Materials

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AMJun19News - pexa

Pexa, the leading supplier of aerospace approved paints, coatings and surface treatment materials has been ever present at the Paris Airshow since their start up in 2002.

This year in 2019 for the first time Pexa will attend as a new member of the Addev Materials group of companies, following its acquisition in April as part of Addev’s acquisition of Graytone.

The Pexa team will be available at Addev Materials’ booth BC126 in hall 4 to discuss how Pexa can help with technical and service requirements for aerospace materials. They will be teaming up with new colleagues from Addev to develop their vision for the future and how the group’s global scale can project Pexa’s capabilities to a wider audience.

Pexa and Addev encourage current and potential trading partners to get in touch and visit them at Le Bourget to discuss future aerospace programmes and what they can do to provide support. Capabilities include technical specification and application support on our products, logistics and delivery capabilities including VMI and added values services including splitting, kitting and repackaging.

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