Northern Ireland based IPC Mouldings is joining the world’s leading aerospace companies at this year’s Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) Virtual and will be exhibiting as part of the ADS Digital Cabin stand during the three-day event.
The company, a leading provider of injection moulded parts and engineered assemblies to Tier One global companies, will be showcasing a range of its products through the ADS Digital Cabin – the first of its kind – an online immersive 3D aircraft interiors showroom that will enable potential customers to see a selection of the company’s manufactured products including video bezels, arm cap, latches and food tray assemblies.
Speaking about the expo, which is the leading marketplace for airlines and supply chain to meet, IPC Mouldings’ Managing Director, Joanne Liddle said, “AIX Expo is always an excellent opportunity for IPC to meet with our customers, build on existing relationships and develop new ones within the aircraft interiors sector. Whilst we won’t be in Hamburg for this year’s event like previous years, I have no doubt the virtual exhibition will be just as beneficial.
“Like many companies within the aerospace industry, we were heavily impacted by the global pandemic and had to evolve our offering to customers. By asking them how we could be their best supplier, we were able to align the business to that of their needs and demands, especially during these challenging times, which allowed us to differentiate our offering and emerge stronger from the crisis through continuous improvement and investment. Our customers see us as partners providing solutions and we see ourselves as an extension of our customers.
“We can now show our current and potential customers at AIX what those changes are and how we can collaborate, and through the ADS Digital Cabin, and alongside companies like Airtek, STG Aerospace and TT Electronics, we will be able to showcase our products to our customers like previous years. We’re looking forward to the event and once again networking with others in the industry.”