The U.S. International Pavilion is being organized by Kallman Worldwide Inc., who has been involved with the show since 2004. The 2012 pavilion, which covers 560 square meters, comprises 20 organizations. The group represents eight states from the U.S.A.: California, Connecticut, New Jersey, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Utah, Virginia and Washington.
Said Tom Kallman, President and CEO of Kallman Worldwide, “We are pleased to support in U.S. export promotion by bringing these globally-minded companies to Japan Aerospace. This is an excellent stage for our exhibitors, especially given the show’s support by this impressive list of key associations and agencies, such as the Ministries of Defense and Transportation, JAL, ANA and the regional carriers from throughout Japan and Asia.”
U.S. Ambassador to Japan, John V. Ross, commented “By promoting new markets and facilitating trade in Japan and the region, we are creating new sales channels for U.S. products and services. The business relationships developed at this trade show will help increase economic growth and create jobs throughout the United States.”
The companies and agencies exhibiting in the U.S. International Pavilion include:
Aerojet, Arlington, VA (Stand 3F-10) is a recognized aerospace and defense provider of propulsion and energetics to the space, missile defense, strategic, tactical missile and armaments areas in support of domestic and international markets. At this year’s JAI, the company will be honoring its 50-year partnership with Japan. Teamed together on multiple technology transfer programs, Aerojet and Japan are honoring this tradition of teamwork and anticipating a bright future. Their conversation can be joined via social media at www.facebook.com/
AvionTEq, Van Nuys, CA (Stand 3F-24)aims to provide cost effective and efficient solutions to airlines, aircraft operators, and maintenance and repair facilities for managing their test equipment and toolings. The exhibitor is making its debut in this market at Japan Aerospace. Their goal is to supply the tools customers need at the time they need them to help keep operations efficient, mission ready and always safe. For more information:
Business Oregon, Portland, OR (Stand 3F-13) is bringing its Tiger Tugs helicopter tug to an international tradeshow for the first time. The device allows helicopter operators and maintenance crews to move helicopters of various sizes/weights by ground and remote control. Its Heli-Saddle™
Kulite Semiconductor Products, Leonia, NJ (Stand 3F-09)aims to be the world leader in pressure -sensing technology. The company is known for its extremely small pressure sensors used in wind tunnel testing, aircraft and engine research and development testing. Kulite claims to be a prime supplier for aircraft and engine-mounted pressure transducers that provide extremely high reliability without any need of maintenance or repair. Kulite’s stated advantages are reliability, accuracy and robustness. For more information:
Kallman Worldwide Inc. (http://www.kallman.com/)
Kallman Worldwide is the recognized leader in global business development, strategy, and implementation.
Established in 1963, the international tradeshow organizing company represents and promotes a carefully-selected portfolio of leading industry events.
Best known for its award-winning “U.S. International Pavilions,” Kallman shares its decades of experience to provide advice and assistance to globally-minded companies as they establish or increase their business abroad through international trade shows, trade missions and conferences.
The Kallman group of companies has been involved with more than 700 exhibitions in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Cuba, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Japan, Malaysia, Peru, Qatar, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and the U.S.A. The company specializes in aerospace, defense, maritime, energy, mining, oil and gas and healthcare.
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