American Standard Circuits Attending the 2015 International Paris Air Show


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American Standard Circuits CEO Anaya Vardya will be part of a group of companies from Illinois attending this year’s International Paris Air show to be held from Monday, June 15 to Sunday June 21 at Le Bourget Exhibition Center just outside of Paris. This has been one of the world’s largest event dedicated to the aviation and aerospace industry for more than a century.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for us to meet and talk with some of the leading avionics companies in the world. As part of the Illinois Delegation we will not only be exposed to a long list of potential customers but will also be able to learn about all of the new innovations that are taking place in the world today. This is a great opportunity to showcase our Aerospace offerings. I believe that this is a true indicator of the position our company is going in at this time,” said Vardya.

Please visit us from June 15-18 in Hall 3 C128 in the US Pavilion in the State of Illinois Booth. 

About American Standard Circuits

American Standard Circuits (ASC) prides itself on being a total solutions provider, manufacturing quality rigid, metal-backed, flex and rigid-flex PCBs as well as RF/microwave PCBs to the medical, automotive, industrial, defense, and aerospace markets in volumes from test and prototypes to large production orders. ASC has the expertise to provide all technologies in a time-critical environment. Company qualifications include ISO9001:2008, MIL-PRF 31032, and ITAR registration. It holds a number of key patents for metal bonding processes as well. For more information, visit www.asc-i.com.   

About the International Paris Air Show

This is the world’s oldest and largest International Airshow.

The International Paris Air Show will be staging its 51st edition.

This event, over a hundred years old, is the largest and longest-running aerospace trade show in the world. Since its launch, the Show has been at the very heart of developments in the global aerospace market, for which it has become the most important meeting place over the years.

Open to professionals and the general public alike, it inspires a large number of vocations.

Held every two years, the last show which was held in 2013 was the 50th International Paris Air Show, which ran from 17 to 23 June 2013, consolidated its status as the world's leading event dedicated to the aerospace industry.

As regularly happens, 2011's record number of exhibitors at the Show was beaten, reaching 2,215 this time. The highly adverse weather conditions failed to dampen the enthusiasm of professionals and the general public, and visitors totaled 315,000. From a business point of view, this was an outstanding and historic year for a large number of aircraft manufacturers, with orders of $150 billion announced.

For more information go to www.parisairshow.eu.

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