Trescal to participate in the Paris Air Show 2015

As a forefront partner of aeronautic and spatial manufacturers, Trescal, international specialist in calibrations services, will be participating in the Paris Air Show from June 15th to 21st, 2015.

The presence at the show is a reflection of the Group investment in the aeronautic and spatial sector, which achieves 57% of Trescal sales. This is further proven by the signature of €10M per annum of multi-year contracts won by the Group with the biggest players in this sector, 30% of which are in France.

Visitors to the show will have the opportunity to speak with representatives from across the Group to learn how Trescal supports major manufacturers in their measurement process for the production, control and maintenance of mechanical parts, electronics, and hydraulic equipment. In addition to engines, wings, rotors, and landing gears. Trescal is also involved in the control of measurement equipment using embedded electronic systems, flight instruments, and composite material.

Trescal has over 20 years’ global experience within the aerospace industry and across a variety of technical fields. Its strategy, to serve and to support their clients wherever they are located, has led the Group to invest regularly in industrial equipment, and to open new laboratories across Europe, USA, and Asia.

Thanks to its comprehensive ‘One Stop Shop’ offer of calibration services, and strong expertise in measurement process management, the Group is able to provide an equivalent level of quality throughout the world, and consolidate its leading position in the market.

Trescal will be exhibiting at the show and General Secretary of Trescal France, Jean-Marc d’Hulst will pilot a Group branded aircraft.

For further information about Trescal please visit or visit Hall 2b stand number E155 where Trescal will be participating in the Paris Air Show June, 15th – 21st, 2015.

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