Eight companies from Northern Ireland attended Aeromart Toulouse which took place in France from 04 to 06 December 2018. Over 1300 aerospace companies from 45 countries were present including Airbus, Boeing, Embraer, Bombardier and their supply chains.
Northern Ireland is a global leader in aerospace technology. It has a dynamic, rapidly growing international aerospace industry founded on a strong engineering heritage and rich in knowledge, skills and experience. Every major commercial aircraft programme relies on structures, components and aircraft services from Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland Aerospace offers a reliable supply chain with expertise in:
CCP Gransden is a leading specialist composite and thermoplastic manufacturer with over 100 years in business. CCP Gransden provides its clients enhanced manufacturing flexibility through one of the UK’s largest selection of in-house composite manufacturing processes.
CCP Gransden supplies components and final assemblies for Aero Structures, Aircraft Interiors, Defence and Automotive Sectors.
Denroy is an industry leading thermoplastics supplier who specialise in processing High Performance Engineering Thermoplastics such as PEEK, PPS and PEI for the Aerospace Industry. As an SC21 Gold holder Denroy has an unbroken record of over 99% on-time in full deliveries and 99.9% quality with every customer.
Denroy’s key capabilities include thermoplastic brackets and connectors for static dissipation in aircraft as well as structural and non-structural thermoplastic components. Denroy can offer design services and materials expertise to enable metal replacement and lightweighting for Aircraft applications.
Exact CNC is an expert in CNC 5 axis machining/9 axis turning and composite finishing, capable of global 24-hour rapid response from enquiry to dispatching. With the latest cutting edge equipment and techniques, they have a wealth of experience in CNC machining and cosmetic finishing of composites. Accreditation AS9100 REVD.
JW Kane is at the forefront of technology in machining and is dedicated to the continuous improvement of its manufacturing and service delivery processes. It offers machining of titanium, aluminium and steel; multi axis machining with parts sizes ranging up to 4m and sub-assembly of parts and components.
McGreevy Engineering specialises in precision machined components, with internal engineering capabilities to support 5-axis milling and multi axis turn mill machine tools. The company utilises advanced manufacturing technologies in a lean environment, producing products from materials including Titanium, Inconel and Aluminium. McGreevy Engineering has AS9100 certification and SC21 Bronze accreditation.
Moyola leads the market in the provision of machined and assembled precision components through its commitment to: Excellence in customer service levels particularly delivery and quality, Cost reduction ethos through engineering excellence, Innovative material usage including material nesting to drive down input costs, Close customer cooperation including technical support, Collaborative solutions and Technological investments to support new opportunities.
The Northern Ireland Technology Centre (NITC) at Queen’s University Belfast is an industry facing research and technology unit aligned to the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
NITC plays a key role in supporting NI’s aerospace supply chain with industrial collaborative R&D and knowledge transfer activities in advanced manufacturing technologies.
Smiths Engineering a dedicated precision engineering company specialising in the supply of high quality machined components to the Aerospace market using the latest CNC technology.
Our commitment to raising standards is augmented by the latest multi-axis machining centres, supported with CMM capabilities. Accredited to the highest quality Aerospace standards.