In this 4th edition of the Singapore Airshow, over 40,000 trade visitors visited the show during the first three trade days, of which a third were from overseas. 31 organisations, each taking up at least a 12 square meter space, showcased their products and services, by exhibiting under the Singapore Pavilion. The organisations are:
|ACP Metal Finishing Pte Ltd||ST-Airport Services Pte Ltd|
|Aerotech Supplies Pte Ltd||Stratech Systems Limited|
|Air Transport Training College||United Aviation (Singapore) Pte Ltd|
|Airtec Corporation (Asia)||WingsOverAsia Pte Ltd|
|Coway Engineering & Marketing Pte Ltd||NEC Asia Pacific Pte Ltd|
|Dynamic C4 Pte Ltd||Nitto Denko (Singapore) Pte Ltd|
|Global Sourcing Services Pte Ltd||Ryca Pte Ltd|
|JCS-VANETEC PTE LTD||Stream Peak International|
|Kim Ann Engineering Pte Ltd||Tyco Electronics Singapore Pte Ltd|
|MAJ Aviation||Blue Waves Flight Simulations Pte Ltd|
|Flight Focus Pte Ltd||NDT Instruments Pte Ltd|
|Power Force Technologies Pte Ltd||Yusen Logistics (Singapore) Pte Ltd|
|SCS Technologies Pte Ltd||TME Systems Pte Ltd|
|Seco Tools (SEA) Pte Ltd||Tri-Wing Aviation Resources Pte Ltd|
The Singapore pavilion is supported by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and IE Singapore and bore the ‘ Singapore: Heart of Aviation’ branding for the first time at the Singapore Airshow. An overhead hanging structure, booth décor and giveaways featured to promote Singapore as the aviation hub of choice.
Learn more at http://www.heartofaviation.sg/
Warmly welcomed by the pavilion exhibtors, Mrs Josephine Teo (Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Finance and Transport) spent the morning touring the pavilion on the morning of the opening day, speaking to the companies on their business, capabilities and give hands on demonstrations in the technologies they were promoting to the industry.
On 12th February, the Australian Pavilion was the venue for the signing of the Memorandum of Collaboration (MOC) between the AAIS and the Aviation/ Aerospace Audtralia (AA/A). The AAIS President, Mr Charles Chong and AA/A Chairman, Mr Adam Bruford were present to formally sign the MOC, witnessed by the Australian High Commisioner, Mr Philip Green and AAIS 1st Vice President, Ms Kham Joon Wui. The MOC hopes to enhance understaning of indsutry capabilities, knowledge exchange and encourage business relationships in both industries.