ILA Berlin Air Show 2018: a step towards new cooperation

ILA Berlin Air Show 2018: a step towards new cooperation
ILA Berlin Air Show 2018: a step towards new cooperation

April 29, 2018 in Berlin, Germany, the International Aviation and Space Salon ILA Berlin Air Show 2018, which was held in the exhibition center Berlin ExpoCenter Airport, finished its work.

On the territory of 250 000 square meters specialists from more than 1100 companies from 41 countries of the world presented a wide range of their latest high-tech products, as well as research and development.

The “YUZHMASH” stand was in the pavilion of space technology as part of the united Ukrainian exposition. The models of products of the space industry enterprises aroused great interest among exhibitors and visitors.

During the exhibition the general director of YUZHMASH Sergii Voyt, as part of an official delegation headed by Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade Yuriy Brovchenko, and the Chairman of the State Space Agency of Ukraine Pavel Degtyarenko, took part in joint negotiations with representatives of several space agencies such as:

Roberto Battiston, President of the Italian Space Agency;

Pascale Ehrenfreund – Chair of the DLR Executive Board;

Erkin Shaimagambetov, Chairman of Aerospace Committee of Defense and Aerospace Industry Ministry of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The issues of partnership in the space sphere and the expansion of the presence of Ukrainian enterprises in the European market of space products and services were discussed.

Also, the delegation of YUZHMASH held several meetings with representatives of aerospace companies, where they discussed the topics of perspective cooperation.

The ILA Berlin Air Show 2018 is considered to be one of the oldest and largest in the world. Organizers position this event as the leading world trade exhibition of innovations in aviation and space industry, therefore participation in it is prestigious and important.

Department of Marketing Communications of YUZHMASH

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