Q&P returns to the Farnborough International Airshow

Award-winning quality management provider, G&P says it is boosting its support to manufacturing companies in the aerospace industry by exhibiting at this year’s Farnborough International Airshow.

The event, which takes place from 18-22 July, is widely recognised as one of the most important and significant events for the aerospace industry, bringing together a host of suppliers and visitors from around the world to connect and discuss the latest trends, issues and innovations affecting the industry.

Having first exhibited at Farnborough International Airshow in 2018, G&P’s return to the event marks its growing presence in the aerospace sector where it works directly with a number of OEM and Tier suppliers to help them achieve the highest quality standards most efficiently. G&P has also participated in other key industry events including the Paris Airshow and Made in the Midlands, where it has also showcased its range of quality management services for the aerospace industry including quality audits and improvements, quality engineering support and resident engineers and supplier risk management and performance analysis.

G&P’s team of experts can be found in Hall 1 of the event, on POD 28, stand number 1320, as part of the Midlands Aerospace Alliance members stand, where G&P also represent the MAA Board of Directors.

Stephen Molloy, aerospace, defence & industrials director, G&P, commented: “The last two years have been a turbulent time for the aerospace industry so we are incredibly pleased to be returning to Farnborough and meeting people face-to-face again. The event will provide us with an ideal opportunity to remind our industry colleagues of how we can help them overcome their manufacturing and quality challenges, as well as provide them with an update of the new aerospace-specific services we can provide.”


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