Reliance to Exhibit at Farnborough Airshow
Reliance Precision Limited (‘Reliance’) will once again be exhibiting at the Farnborough International Airshow when it makes its return on 18 – 22 July 2022. This year Reliance will be located in Hall 4 – Stand No. 4030.
For decades, the Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) has been the global platform for the aerospace and defence industry. This year, its role will carry even greater significance with FIA2022 serving as the first major event to reconnect colleagues from around the world. A huge amount will have changed in the last three years and FIA2022 aims to provide an opportunity to witness the leaps in development that have taken place as well as showcasing innovation to a global audience, face-to-face.
To promote their solutions for critical aerospace defence applications, Reliance’s stand will feature specialist products including precision gears, complex machined components and gearboxes, as well as electro-mechanical and opto-mechanical sub-assemblies for azimuth and elevation applications. Reliance will also be showcasing their ground-breaking NeoSMG (Stepper Motor Gearbox) which recently completed its stringent Qualification Review for use in Space. Read more about this here.
Andy Butt, Reliance’s Business Manager – Aerospace Defence and Space, explains “We are really looking forward to returning to the Farnborough International Airshow. After all the COVID restrictions over the last few years, it will be great to see our global customer base and supply chain come together. The show will provide the opportunity for us all to catch up on the changes within the industry, as well as learn about new, emerging technologies. We are particularly looking forward to welcoming existing, and new, customers from India, Australia and South Korea, which are countries we are pleased to support through our local distributor network.” Andy continues “The team are also very excited to be taking the newly ‘Space’ qualified NeoSMG to its first ever show. After all the rigour and hard work of the Qualification Review process over the last five years, it will be great to see how the gearbox is received.”