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SAE Aerospace is proud to co-sponsor with Aerospace North America the 2001 Aerospace Congress & Exhibition by bringing together five of its leading aerospace events in commercial, general and military aviation.

01.09.2001

This hallmark event is designed to give you the right connections, in one place, at one time! The theme of the conference, "The Challenges of Consolidation, Globalization, Privatization, and Innovation." address issues which challenge all sectors and levels of the industry. Challenges which may be issues of survival, especially for smaller companies, will be the focus of this aerospace hallmark event. Network with more than 4,000 representatives, exhibitors, delegates and buyers from all industry sectors worldwide including the highest levels of decision makers to chart your successful course through these challenges and opportunities. Learn about and get hands-on experience with the latest aerospace innovations with over 400 exhibitors from around the world! Special features of the Congress & Exhibition will provide conference attendees with an international exhibit featuring more than 400 exhibiting companies, networking opportunities in conference related receptions, keynote sessions and industry tours as well as informative technical and panel sessions designed to capture the latest technologies that apply to each event.

Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Seattle WA

September 10-14 2001

Booth 872

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