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G&P to debut at Paris Air Show and Made in the Midlands 2019

Posted 5 June 2019 · Add Comment

Derby-based quality management provider, G&P, will be exhibiting at this year’s Paris Air Show for the first time ever, followed by a debut appearance at the UK’s largest regional manufacturing exhibition, Made in the Midlands.



Above: G&P in Derby.
Courtesy G&P


G&P’s first appearance at the Paris Air Show in June is in partnership with the Midlands Aerospace Alliance as G&P will feature as part of their stand at the show.
Representing G&P will be Aerospace & Technology Director, Stephen Molloy, along with Dominic Harris, Manufacturing Engineer.

The decision to exhibit for the first time at one of the world’s largest aerospace industry events is due to a growing demand in the aerospace sector, helping more aerospace customers increase quality levels, efficiency and profitability.

Stephen Molloy commented: “This is an exciting time for the aerospace team at G&P and the Paris Air Show provides the perfect platform to highlight our knowledge and expertise to an international audience.”

Just two days later on Thursday 20th June and G&P, together with G&P’s sister company Vivate Recruitment, will be debuting at Made in the Midlands 2019 at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena.

Celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2019, the show now attracts over 2,500 industry leaders from across various sectors, including aerospace and automotive.

Representing G&P will be Geoff Cousins, Chairman, and Stephen Molloy, Aerospace and Technology Director. Dani King, Sales Director, will be representing Vivate Recruitment who specialise in automotive, aerospace and engineering white collar and blue collar recruitment.

Geoff Cousins commented: “This is the first time G&P will be exhibiting at Made in the Midlands and is a great opportunity to meet key industry figures, but to also showcase our total quality management solutions including inspection, rectification and technical services.” 
 

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