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IPC to make its Farnborough Air Show debut

Posted 27 June 2016 · Add Comment

Northern Ireland tool manufacturer and injection moulding company, IPC Mouldings (IPC), is preparing to exhibit at the Farnborough Internaional Airshow (FIA) for the first time next month.



Above: Joanne Liddle, managing director at IPC.
 
Taking place in Farnborough, Hampshire from the 11th and 17th of July, the show will have more than 1,500 exhibitors from 39 countries, with IPC on the Northern Ireland stand.
 
The FIA’s features include the world famous flying display that showcases the most advanced commercial and military aircraft along with various zones highlighting space, UAS and innovation. In addition to a full events programme, traders will also take advantage of the meet-the-buyer programme and delegations programme.
 
Based in Greater Belfast, Northern Ireland, IPC supplies engineering solutions and high performance plastic components predominantly to the aircraft interiors industry. This is the first time IPC will travel to the leading industry expo as part of a targeted drive to increase its export base.
 
Speaking ahead of the show, Joanne Liddle, managing director at IPC stated: “This is a huge step for IPC Mouldings. Although we’re a relatively small company we compete on a global scale. It is fitting that we therefore stand alongside some of the very best in the aerospace sector at this world class international air show. It also highlights how good our quality products are. Thanks also to ADS NI and Invest NI for their continued help and support.”
 
IPC offers a wide range of skills and services from initial input on the detail of required components, tool design and manufacture through to quality assurance and packing. IPC offers businesses rapid custom precision moulding with their state-of-the-art machining capabilities.
 
Recently, the company was named Manufacturer of the Year at the First Trust Business Eye Small Business Awards on 2nd June, 2016. Sponsored by Forde May Consulting, the Manufacturing Business of the Year Award recognised companies with strong leadership and direction, growth and expansion in export markets, a commitment to innovation and R&D along with superior customer care.

 

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