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175 companies from 18 countries registered in ADM Seville 2021

May 23, 2021
175 companies from 18 countries registered in ADM Seville 2021

Aerospace and Defence Meetings-ADM Seville 2021 will be held from 26 to 27 May as a mixed event with 75 companies from 18 different countries.

Of the participating companies, 144 are exhibitors and 31 are contractors. Of these, 95 are from abroad (Italy (46), France (14), South Korea (11), Morocco (7) and Austria (6), as well as other firms from Canada (4), Germany (3), the United Kingdom (3), Belgium (1), Brazil (1), China (1), the United States (1), Israel (1) and Poland (1)).

A total of 20 of the contractors are from the foreign market and 11 are nationals from Spain. The international contracting firms are based in France, Italy, Canada, UK, Turkey, Germany, Brazil, China, South Korea, USA, Japan, Pakistan and Switzerland.

The meeting has been held every two years since 2012 and is the largest of its kind in southern Europe. It is organised by Extenda, an agency of the Government of Andalusia, and the French company BCI Aerospace, a specialist in international meetings in the aeronautical sector.

This action will be complemented by a programme of workshops, hundreds of B2B meetings between companies, and a virtual exhibition area that attendees will be able to visit via a digital platform.

ADM Seville 2021 will offer part of the conferences to be held in person, by invitation, and the rest of the activities in a digital version. In this way, the Andalusian Government, through Extenda, maintains its commitment to promote the generation of business for a strategic sector in Andalusia, such as aerospace, and the maintenance of Andalusia as a strategic point in the world business circuit of this industry, with a high capacity to attract foreign investment to Andalusia.

Once again Airbus is participating as the main sponsor. It is the largest European aeronautical manufacturer. Also acting as sponsors are the three Tier 1 aerostructures manufacturers in Spain, Aernnova, Alestis, and Aciturri, thus demonstrating, in these difficult times, the full support of the Spanish aerospace industry to ADM Seville.