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Strata showcases UAE ambitions at Hannover Messe

Posted 26 April 2016 · Add Comment

Strata Manufacturing is showcasing the UAE's aerospace ambitions at Hannover Messe this week.

Strata was one of ten UAE government bodies and 30 UAE companies participating at the event, highlighting its contribution towards building Abu Dhabi’s economy.
 
Following Abu Dhabi’s Economic Vision 2030, Strata was established in the Nibras Al Ain Aerospace Park to manufacture aircraft parts for manufacturers including Airbus and Boeing.
 
“Our participation was key to demonstrate the importance of manufacturing companies in the UAE and their impact on the global supply chain. Steered by the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030, we have spent the past five years developing our capabilities to become a global competitor in the aerospace sector,” said Badr Al Olama, CEO, Strata.
 
Hannover Messe is an international trade fair to promote technologies and areas such as research and development, industrial automation, IT, industrial supply, production technologies, and services to energy and mobility technologies. 
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