Quality management experts G&P are exhibiting at the Farnborough International Airshow for the first time with the support of the Midlands Aerospace Alliance.
As one of the world’s most prestigious trade exhibitions for the aerospace and defence industries, G&P will use Farnborough International Airshow to promote how its automotive derived approach to supply chain management is helping a growing number of aerospace companies meet the increasing demands for aircraft deliveries.
David Whiffin, Director of Aerospace at G&P, said: “This is the first time that G&P has exhibited at the Farnborough International Airshow. It will provide an excellent opportunity for G&P to showcase how it is bringing proven automotive quality practices to the aerospace industry.
“It further demonstrates G&P’s growing intent and commitment to the aerospace industry, which faces many complex challenges, especially due to the multi-national and multi-stage distribution structure within the sector.”
G&P currently has a number of contracts supporting clients across the gas turbine and aerospace structures supply chains, utilising G&P’s experience of 24 years of automotive industry to develop and deliver customer specific solutions.
Key to G&P’s growth in the aerospace industry is its award-winning Quality Excellence Model, which has helped the company’s customers, in both the automotive and aerospace sectors, reduce their levels of waste by more than £1.4bn in 2017. The Model was recognised for its potential when it was awarded the UK’s highest business accolade, The Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2016.
David Whiffin, and Director of Engineering at G&P Stephen Molloy, will be in attendance on the trade days from 16th to 20th July on Pod 19, as part of the Midlands Aerospace Alliance stand.
G&P has its headquarters at Fort Dunlop in Birmingham and have an aerospace office in Derby’s recently opened iHub on Infinity Park. Regardless of industry G&P are proud to support high-value manufacturing companies around the world improve their quality standards.
(Image courtesy of Farnborough International Airshow).