This year Progressive Technology will be exhibiting for the first time at the 2020 Farnborough International Airshow inside the Farnborough Aerospace Consortium (FAC) Pavilion.
A successful business that’s grown its revenues over five-fold since 2012, Progressive Technology ‘s ambitions are to continue reaching skyward by entering the multi-million aerospace subcontract machining channel. To underpin this strategy, Progressive’s quality team are working behind the scenes toward securing an AS9100 rev D accreditation which is the international recognised Quality Management System standard for the Aviation, Space and Defence.
It is anticipated that FIA 2020 will generate over $190bn in sales revenues. That represents almost a 300% uplift from the $67bn sold in 2016.
Progressive Technology expects participating in this world-renowned exhibition will significantly raise awareness within its target audience and generate significant new aviation related machining enquiries.
With an enviable reputation for manufacturing lightweight complex precision components for high end automotive motorsport customers; there are strong synergies between its core engineering capabilities and those required by potential aerospace trading partners.