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ADS Defence & Aerospace Technology Roadshow celebrates 12 years

Posted 13 February 2019 · Add Comment

The ADS Defence & Aerospace Technology Roadshow, run in collaboration with Dream Marketing, is a unique mobile exhibition which is home to 24 stands visiting major Primes across the UK on a two-week tour.



This year the ADS Defence & Aerospace Technology Roadshow celebrates 12 years on the road.
 
The Roadshow continues to offer ADS Members a unique alternative to the more traditional trade show, with a different site being visited every day on the tour. 
 
Exhibitors in September 2019 will go on the road to a list of proposed sites of major UK Primes including Rolls-Royce, MBDA, Thales, Leonardo, GE Aviation, Ultra and Cobham Mission Systems.


 
ADS Members have the opportunity to showcase their technologies and services, whilst meeting with the Engineering, Purchasing and Senior Management Community at these strategic venues.
 
Exhibitors who are ADS Members can have two of their representatives on board the vehicle at each stop.
 

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