RMC/CASC 2022 Event Guide

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MARCH 1, 2022 Beverly Hills, CA

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EVENT GUIDE events.aviationweek.com

Aerospace Raw Materials & Manufacturers Supply Chain Conference

Partner Sponsors

Commercial Aviation Suppliers Conference

Sponsors

Premium Sponsors

Official Publication

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Constellium’s Airware® has unlocked the full potential of aluminum to deliver unparalled high-performance airplanes and spacecraft. Airware® is the performance lauchpad for your next aerospace project.

airware@constellium.com www.constellium.com

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Welcome Dear Delegate, On behalf of the entire team at Aviation Week Network, I would like to thank you for attending the 12th Annual Aerospace Raw Materials & Manufacturers Supply Chain Conference and 35th Annual Commercial Aviation Industry Suppliers Conference. Coming together is more important than ever, and it is our pleasure to host you as our distinguished guest. Please take this opportunity to engage with presenters, share your own contributions, and network with your fellow delegates.

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Sarah Zilonis Conference Producer – Events Aviation Week Network

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Produced by Aviation Week Network Aviation Week Network provides business-critical information, predictive intelligence and connections with opportunities and people. We deliver award-winning journalism, deep data and analytics, world-class conferences and events, and content-driven marketing services. Our unmatched capabilities deliver solutions to help you make informed decisions to succeed. Market-Leading Media Brands Gain actionable knowledge and insight into your industry with our award-winning editorial brands that deliver multichannel solutions; consisting of magazines, community newsletters, websites, on-site event publications across every market. Aviation Week Intelligence Network, Fleet Data and Consulting Services Identify new market opportunities, maximize revenue, minimize risk and gain insights into the competition with our Aviation Week Intelligence Network’s solutions and services. Directories and Marketplaces Tools and information resources — including a newly-enhanced online supplier directory — to help professionals with flight planning, aircraft values, charter, locating suppliers of key goods and services, and more. World-Class Events and Conferences Our 50+ tradeshows, conferences and executive summits produced annually, we connect you with the highest caliber audience in all market communities across the globe. Results-Driven Marketing Services & Advertising Utilize our channels, including websites, print publications, and newsletters as well as our marketing services capabilities to reach your target market, generate leads and make an impact.

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Lydia Janow Sr. Vice President, Events Lydia has been with the Aviation Week Network for over 25 years, establishing the MRO events series into a global operation. She oversees and manages all aspects of the Aviation Week Network Events, including the U.S., London, and Manchester based teams.

Anne McMahon Sr. Vice President, Intelligence, Data and Media With over 30 years in the publishing/information industry, Anne is currently Sr. Vice President responsible for the intelligence, data and media business. In this role she guides the overall strategic direction and implementation of products and services for leading brands across all sectors of the groups aerospace and air transport portfolio.

Joe Anselmo Sr. Vice President, Content and Editorial Director, Aviation Week Network Joe has been Editorial Director of the Aviation Week Network and Editor-in-Chief of Aviation Week & Space Technology since 2013. Based in Washington, D.C., he directs a team of more than two dozen aerospace journalists across the U.S., Europe and AsiaPacific. Anselmo has more than 25 years of experience as an editor and reporter. He has won three Aerospace Journalist of the Year awards and was elected three times to the National Press Club’s Board of Governors, including one term as board chairman.

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Agenda Aerospace Raw Materials & Manufacturers Supply Chain Conference

Tuesday, March 1 8:00am

Registration & Breakfast

9:00am Welcome Remarks Michael Bruno, Senior Business Editor, Aviation Week Network 9:05am

Turbulence on Climb-Out: Aerospace Raw Materials Outlook for 2022 and Beyond

Peter C. Zimm, Principal, Charles Edwards Management Consulting 9:45am Airbus Perspective Oliver Dreier, Senior Vice President Material & Parts Procurement and Chairman of the Airbus Material Board, Airbus

1:45pm

High Rate Materials for Next Generation Platforms

Discussion around needs and high-rate composite material and processing solutions for next generation platforms. Colleen Pritchett, President – Americas Aerospace, Hexcel Corporation 2:10pm

Aerospace Metals Viewpoint – Panel Discussion

Moderator: Peter C. Zimm, Principal, Charles Edwards Management Consulting Molly Carter, Director of Business and Market Analysis, TIMET Paul Barborka, COO, Aerospace Platform, Voestalpine High Performance Metals 2:45pm

Refreshment Break

3:00pm

Materials for Emerging Aircraft Markets

Tim Kirk, Vice President, Aerospace Sales, Toray

Materials Development and Qualification Ecosystem

10:15am Refreshment Break

3:30pm

10:55am Boeing Perspective Jeffrey Carpenter, Senior Director, Contracts, Sourcing, and Category Management – Raw Materials and Standards, Boeing

Materials Development and qualification are crucial for the successful and wide adoption of AM not only in established industries like Commercial Aviation and Automotive but also in several cutting edge and emerging technologies and industries such as space, hypersonics, light-weighting, and electrification. In this talk, we are presenting a materials development roadmap at Morf3D to support our growing customer demands and requirements, as well as a concept of an accelerated and data-informed ecosystem to reduce the cost and time of materials qualification in the laser powder bed fusion process.

11:30am Navigating the Business Environment

and Supply Chain

An overview of 2022 supply chain challenges, focus areas for improvement and industry best practices in this dynamic environment. Alex Krutz, Managing Director, Patriot Industrial Partners 12:00pm Networking Lunch 1:15pm

Certification Standards and Implications on Raw Material Providers

Bill Bihlman, Founder & President, Aerolytics LLC

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Behrang Poorganji, VP, Material Technology, Morf3D 4:00pm Materials Matter Marc Doyle, EVP - Aerospace & Defense, Solvay


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Refreshment Break

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Sustainable Aviation – Collaboration across the value chain to support the industry’s net-zero commitments

In October 2021, the 77th IATA AGM approved a resolution for the global air transport industry to achieve new-zero carbon emission by 2050, aligning with the Paris Agreement goal for global warming to exceed 1.5°C. The biggest contribution to the overall target is through using Sustainable Aviation Fuels, and the second being a focus on offsetting & carbon capture along the aerospace value chain. As a global material & technology supplier, Henkel presents their vision on how to support the aviation industry’s netzero commitments through sustainable operations, innovative compliant materials, and greater collaboration throughout the supply chain. Ruairi O’Kane, Head Global Strategy Aviation, Space & Rail, Henkel Hosted by Henkel 5:15pm Raw Materials and Supply Chain Panel Moderator: Cliff Collier, Principal, Charles Edwards Management Consulting Dana Jensen, Senior Industrial Policy Analyst (Aviation), US Air Force Office of Commercial and Economic Analysis (OCEA) Daniel Kennie, Sr. Product Manager, Hexcel Corporation Lionel Thomas, A&T Global Aerospace Sales Director, Aerospace and Transportation, Constellium 5:55pm Closing Remarks Sarah Zilonis, Conference Producer - Events, Aviation Week Network 6:00pm – Welcome Reception 8:00pm

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Speakers

Paul Barborka

Bill Bihlman

Michael Bruno

Jeffrey Carpenter

Molly Carter

Cliff Collier

Marc Doyle

Oliver Dreier

Dana Jensen

Daniel Kennie

Tim Kirk

Alex Krutz

Ruairi O’Kane,

Behrang Poorganji, Colleen Pritchett

Lionel Thomas

Sarah Zilonis

Peter C. Zimm

COO, Aerospace Platform, Voestalpine High Performance Metals

Principal, Charles Edwards Management Consulting

Vice President, Aerospace Sales, Toray

A&T Global Aerospace Sales Director, Aerospace and Transportation, Constellium

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Founder & President, Aerolytics LLC

EVP - Aerospace & Defense, Solvay

Managing Director, Patriot Industrial Partners

Conference Producer, Aviation Week Network

Senior Business Editor, Aviation Week Network

Senior Vice President Material & Parts Procurement and Chairman of the Airbus Material Board, Airbus

Head Global Strategy Aviation, Space & Rail, Henkel

Senior Director, Contracts, Sourcing, and Category Management – Raw Materials and Standards, Boeing

Senior Industrial Policy Analyst (Aviation), US Air Force Office of Commercial and Economic Analysis (OCEA)

VP, Material Technology, Morf3D

Principal, Charles Edwards Management Consulting

Director of Business and Market Analysis, TIMET

Sr. Product Manager, Hexcel Corporation

President, Aerospace – Americas, Hexcel


Partner Sponsors Aero Metals Alliance Aero Metals Alliance UK Limited (AMA) - a global partnership of leading metals suppliers to the defence and aerospace manufacturing industries - is known for its quality products and fast, efficient, high-quality service and complex contract expertise. The alliance was formed specifically to provide a dedicated offering to the aerospace industry and comprises of four of the world’s leading suppliers of metals: Gould Alloys Ltd, Progressive Alloy Steels Unlimited Inc. (PASU), Service Centres Aero (SCA), and Sunshine Metals. Global reach With operations in the United Kingdom, United States, Europe and Asia, you can be confident that AMA understands not only your markets, but also customer specific grades. AMA supplies all the major OEMs and sub-contractors in the aerospace industry, along with aircraft and engine manufacturers from Airbus and Boeing to Lockheed Martin and Rolls Royce. Trusted expertise With a wide-ranging understanding of the metals business and in-house specialist materials scientists to offer technical advice, the AMA team is universally recognised for its industry experience, knowledge, and expertise. Collaborative value While AMA recognises the importance of treating suppliers fairly, our centralised purchasing and collective buying power reduces waste and therefore cost in many areas. Quality assured Quality is at the very heart of AMA’s business. We are committed to meeting and exceeding the increasingly stringent industry requirements for aerospace related products. AMA holds global consolidated certifications for EN/AS 9100 and 9120 and single certification to the AS9100 industry-recognised Quality Management System (QMS) standard. Each of the AMA businesses hold individual certification. To learn more, visit www.aerometalsalliance.com Chris Norch, President, Aero Metals Alliance UK Limited Chris Norch is President of Aero Metals Alliance (AMA) and oversees AMA’s global operations. He joined the Alliance in 2015 and has almost 40 years metals industry experience. In addition to his role at AMA, Chris is an Executive Board Member of the World Foundry Organization, representing USA; CEO of Atlantic Casting & Engineering Corp, and President/CEO of Denison Industries. Previously, he was Executive Vice President of Oil City Iron Works Inc. Industry recognitions include the American Foundry Society’s William Frishmuth, Jack F. Steele Excellence in Marketing, and Keating Freedom Founders awards. He is a graduate of Sam Houston State University, and holds a BSc in Biology and Chemistry.

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Partner Sponsors Constellium Constellium is a global sector leader that develops innovative, value added aluminum products for a broad scope of markets and applications, including aerospace, automotive and packaging. Thanks to its world-class technology centers and its extensive production expertise, Constellium has developed breakthrough solutions, such as Airware®, the result of decades of R&D to support the most innovative aerospace programs. Today, Constellium continues to develop advanced Airware® alloy solutions and manufacturing technologies in collaboration with its customers. Constellium is characterized by a commitment to delivering excellence, a flair for creative collaboration and the ability to advance innovation.

www.constellium.com

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Agenda Commercial Aviation Suppliers Conference

2:30pm

Sponsored by Louisiana Economic Development 3:00pm

Tuesday, March 1 6:00pm – Welcome Reception 8:00pm

Wednesday, March 2 8:00am

Registration & Breakfast

9:30am Welcome Remarks Joe Anselmo, SVP of Content, Editorial Director, Aviation Week Network 9:50am

Opening Address

An analysis of the supply chain ecosystem as we continue to navigate through a global pandemic, followed by discussion and Q&A. Glenn McDonald, Senior Associate, AeroDynamic Advisory 10:30am Refreshment Break Sponsored by Louisiana Economic Development 11:00am M&A and Consolidation Trends

A presentation on how the latest mergers & acquisitions have impacted the supply chain. William H. Alderman, President, Alderman & Company 11:30am Bloomberg Intelligence Briefing

An independent industry view of Airbus and Boeing. George Ferguson, Senior Analyst Aerospace/Defense & Airlines, Bloomberg Intelligence 12:00pm Networking Lunch Sponsored by CFM 1:30pm Fireside Chat: Strategies For Survival Joe Anselmo, SVP of Content, Editorial Director, Aviation Week Network Magnus Falk, Vice President, Head of BD, Marketing and Sales – Commercial Programs, Saab Aerospace Systems 2:00pm

How Platform Dependent is Your Supply Chain?

Quincy Quayson, Head of Aerospace, Rebirth Analytics

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Refreshment Break Catalyzing a Voluntary Market to Scale Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)

A presentation on how World Energy is realizing a new model for covering SAF’s price premium that builds from the World Economic Forum and Smart Freight Centre. SAF certificates (SAFc) can unlock voluntary contributions from corporate end-customers and the new carbon accounting insetting approach offers the accounting approach for companies to mitigate aviation emissions. Followed by discussion and Q&A with a tech firm end-customer. Adam Klauber, Global Sustainability Expert, World Energy LLC Allison Connell, Senior Consultant, Deloitte 3:35pm Aircraft OEM Panel Moderator: Jerrold Lundquist, Chairman Of The Board Of Directors, Master Fluid Solutions Jeffrey Carpenter, Senior Director, Contracts, Sourcing, and Category Management - Raw Materials and Standards, Boeing Bob Lange, Senior Vice President, Head of Business Analysis and Market Forecast, Airbus Zuzana Hrnkova, Vice President and Head of Marketing, ATR 4:15pm Engine OEM Panel Moderator: Richard Brown, Managing Director, NAVEO Consultancy Tom Lodge, General Manager, Commercial Engines Marketing, GE Aviation Mary Prettyman, Head of Marketing, Commercial Engines, Pratt & Whitney 5:00pm

End of Day One Reception Sponsored by the State of Alabama

7:00pm – Dinner 9:00pm Spago, Beverly Hills Note: Must have rsvp’d YES at time of registration to attend. Walk-ins cannot be accommodated unfortunately.


Thursday, March 3

12:30am Maximizing Value During Recovery:

Challenges to Address

8:00am

Registration & Breakfast

Ram Ramanathan, Partner, Ernst & Young

9:30am

A New Perspective

1:05pm

Hear it here first! KPMG’s inaugural presentation on the future of commercial aviation and how trends will create an inflection point that will impact aviation industry structure, evolving business models, Innovation, and how these external pressures may compound to magnify and accelerate the clock speed of these changes. Jim T. Adams, US Aerospace & Defense Industry Lead, KPMG 10:20am A View From Wall Street Ron Epstein, Managing Director, Aerospace & Defense, BofA Global Research

Emerging Markets: Where Fiction Meets Reality

Moderator: Richard Brown, Managing Director, NAVEO Consultancy Bill Bihlman, Founder & President, Aerolytics LLC John Byrne, Advisor, Advisory Aerospace Dana Jensen, Senior Industrial Policy Analyst (Aviation), US Air Force Office of Commercial and Economic Analysis (OCEA) 1:55pm Closing Remarks Sarah Zilonis, Conference Producer - Events, Aviation Week Network 2:00pm

Networking Lunch

11:05am Predicting Risk

How the Aerospace and Defense Industry can innovate to reduce supply chain disruption in an everchanging world Chonchol Gupta, CEO, Rebirth Analytics 11:30am Refreshment Break Sponsored by Louisiana Economic Development 11:50am Industry Recovery Outlook

The Aerospace supplier outlook for profits (and cash) as the industry recovers. Ken Herbert, Managing Director, RBC Capital Markets

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Speakers

William H. Alderman

Bill Bihlman

Richard Brown

John Byrne

Jeffrey Carpenter

Ronald Epstein

Magnus Falk

George Ferguson

Chonchol Gupta

Ken Herbert

Zuzana Hrnkova

Dana Jensen

Adam Klauber

Bob Lange

Jerrold Lundquist

Glenn McDonald

Mary Prettyman

Quincy Quayson

Raman Ramanathan

Jim Adams Partner KPMG

Senior Director, Contracts, Sourcing, and Category Management – Raw Materials and Standards, Boeing

Managing Director, RBC Capital Markets

Chairman of the Board of Directors, Master Fluid Solutions

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President, Alderman & Company

Managing Director, Aerospace & Defense, BofA Global Research

Vice President and Head of Marketing, ATR

Founder & President, Aerolytics LLC

Vice President, Head of BD, Marketing and Sales – Commercial Programs, Saab Aerospace Systems

Senior Industrial Policy Analyst (Aviation), US Air Force Office of Commercial and Economic Analysis (OCEA)

Senior Associate, Marketing Director, AeroDynamic Advisor Commercial Engines, Pratt & Whitney

Managing Director, NAVEO Consultancy

Senior Analyst Aerospace/Defense & Airlines, Bloomberg Intelligence

Global Sustainability Expert, World Energy LLC

Head of Aerospace, Rebirth Analytics

Advisor, Advisory Aerospace

CEO, Rebirth Analytics

Senior Vice President, Head of Business Analysis and Market Forecast, Airbus

Partner, Ernst & Young


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Premium Sponsors Aero Metals Alliance Aero Metals Alliance UK Limited (AMA) - a global partnership of leading metals suppliers to the defence and aerospace manufacturing industries - is known for its quality products and fast, efficient, high-quality service and complex contract expertise. The alliance was formed specifically to provide a dedicated offering to the aerospace industry and comprises of four of the world’s leading suppliers of metals: Gould Alloys Ltd, Progressive Alloy Steels Unlimited Inc. (PASU), Service Centres Aero (SCA), and Sunshine Metals. Global reach With operations in the United Kingdom, United States, Europe and Asia, you can be confident that AMA understands not only your markets, but also customer specific grades. AMA supplies all the major OEMs and sub-contractors in the aerospace industry, along with aircraft and engine manufacturers from Airbus and Boeing to Lockheed Martin and Rolls Royce. Trusted expertise With a wide-ranging understanding of the metals business and in-house specialist materials scientists to offer technical advice, the AMA team is universally recognised for its industry experience, knowledge, and expertise. Collaborative value While AMA recognises the importance of treating suppliers fairly, our centralised purchasing and collective buying power reduces waste and therefore cost in many areas. Quality assured Quality is at the very heart of AMA’s business. We are committed to meeting and exceeding the increasingly stringent industry requirements for aerospace related products. AMA holds global consolidated certifications for EN/AS 9100 and 9120 and single certification to the AS9100 industry-recognised Quality Management System (QMS) standard. Each of the AMA businesses hold individual certification. To learn more, visit www.aerometalsalliance.com Chris Norch, President, Aero Metals Alliance UK Limited Chris Norch is President of Aero Metals Alliance (AMA) and oversees AMA’s global operations. He joined the Alliance in 2015 and has almost 40 years metals industry experience. In addition to his role at AMA, Chris is an Executive Board Member of the World Foundry Organization, representing USA; CEO of Atlantic Casting & Engineering Corp, and President/CEO of Denison Industries. Previously, he was Executive Vice President of Oil City Iron Works Inc. Industry recognitions include the American Foundry Society’s William Frishmuth, Jack F. Steele Excellence in Marketing, and Keating Freedom Founders awards. He is a graduate of Sam Houston State University, and holds a BSc in Biology and Chemistry.

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Premium Sponsors City of Auburn – Alabama Alabama has a rich and colorful history in aerospace, aviation and defense. From the year 1910 when Orville and Wilbur Wright established the first civilian flying school in Montgomery to the 1950s when Werner von Braun’s German Rocket Team moved to Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama has played an important role in the development of the aerospace industry. The state is home to hundreds of aerospace companies doing work in space and defense, aviation and maintenance, refurbishment and overhaul (MRO). These companies have created more than 83,000 direct jobs for Alabamians with an annual payroll of more than $3 billion. The aerospace industry in Alabama is comprised of four primary business sectors: aerospace manufacturers, aviation and defense hardware, software and engineering, MRO of existing assets and parts manufacturing and supply. Boeing, Airbus, GE Aviation, GKN, Lockheed Martin, ST Aerospace, PPG, Carpenter Technologies, Collins Aerospace and many more of the leading names in aerospace have landed and then taken-off in Alabama. From a highly skilled workforce to infrastructure and available suppliers for the industry, Alabama is positioned to support the aerospace industry today and in the future. www.madeinalabama.com Robert L. Smith (Bob) Aerospace Program Manager, Assistant Director Alabama Department of Commerce Bob serves as Assistant Director of Business Development with the Alabama Department of Commerce. He has been with the department since 2002 with a focus on the aerospace sector. During his tenure at Commerce, Bob has managed numerous domestic and international economic development projects; serving his clients by facilitating their site-selection process, business cost modeling analysis, incentive and tax structures and request for proposals. Managing the aerospace program for the State, Bob has been responsible for developing statewide strategies, business development functions for the Governor and Secretary of Commerce, and managing location and expansion projects of aerospace companies.

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Sponsors Alderman & Company

City National Bank

Founded in 2001, and based in Danbury, Connecticut, provides investment banking services, predominately sell-side M&A, to the aerospace and defense industry in the United States and beyond. Alderman & Company® also provides strategic and financial advice to companies and their shareholders, lenders, and other stakeholders, in the middle-market of the aerospace and defense industry. The firm operates through two affiliated companies: Alderman & Company Capital, LLC (a registered securities broker-dealer) and Alderman & Company Consulting, LLC (a management consulting firm).

Continuing in their tradition of industry specialization, City National Bank formed its Aerospace & Defense Banking Group in the summer of 2018. The A&D Group serves companies in the commercial aerospace (supply chain, MRO, and distribution/logistics) and defense and government services sectors. Their banking professionals draw upon their extensive industry backgrounds to provide clients industry insight and consultation with respect to working capital and M&A financing. In the short time since its founding, the A&D Group has closed on over $750 million in loan commitments and has helped clients manage over $200 million in deposits. Los Angeles-based City National Bank offers a full complement of banking, trust and investment services through more than 70 offices across the US. Its 5,600 colleagues deliver highly personal service and complete financial solutions to entrepreneurs, professionals, their businesses and their families.

www.aldermanco.com

Aerospace and Defense Bankers

Visit cnb.com/aerospace.

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Sponsors Cyril Bath

Moeller Aerospace

The Cyril Bath Company, is part of an International corporation known as ARIES Industries. This group of aerospace focused businesses provides innovative metal forming and joining solutions to the aerospace industry. The foundation of its technologies is stretch forming of aluminum alloy sheet for fuselage skins, as well as aluminum and titanium profiles for airframe structure components. ARIES Manufacturing, is the brand name marketing our titanium airframe components. The company’s stretch presses are equipped with the latest CNC control systems, designed and developed by its in-house software engineers. Our stretch forming customers include the leaders in commercial and business aircraft manufacturing, in addition to their complete supply chain network. ARIES Manufacturing has developed a very innovative Hot Stretch Forming process, or HSF®, to contour titanium profiles for airframe component applications. This high temperature forming process precisely stretch forms titanium extrusions or roll forged shapes to the exact part design contour. The hot stretch formed part is then machined and finished into a critical airframe component. This valuable forming process saves starting titanium weight by offering a near net profile solution; contoured in a controlled, repeatable process, with minimal residual stress. In addition, under ARIES Manufacturing, we hot form and superplastic form titanium sheets for applications in nacelle and pylon components.

Established in 1949, Moeller Aerospace is a recognized leader in the manufacturing of complex precision components for aero and industrial markets. From raw material procurement to finished part assembly, Moeller is a full-service turbine engine component supplier with expertise in milling, turning, conventional and creep-feed grinding, EDM, and superabrasive machining technologies.

Tel: +1 704-289-8531

Moeller’s diverse product portfolio spans a multitude of commercial, military, space, and industrial energy applications, and its machining solutions are sourced by every major OEM on over 70 engine programs.

www.ariesmanufacturing.com

Moeller specializes in turbine airfoils and complex components including blades, vanes, nozzles, seals, dampers, mounts, and flow path and locking parts. The company specializes in machining materials such as Inconel, nickel cobalt superalloys, titanium, titanium aluminide, stainless steel, and aluminum in wrought, forged, and cast form as well as composites. Moeller also produces a custom-designed, secondary self-locking technology called Click-Loc® that replaces lockwire but can be tailored to meet the needs of any application. Click-Loc® fluid fittings, fasteners, and plugs add quality, reliability, and maintainability to any product that is safety/mission critical or exposed to high vibration, high stress, or high thermal environments. Engineered to exceed the life of the product, Click-Loc® has over 25 years in service with zero reported failures.

Since 2010, Moeller has expanded five times, adding 188,000 square feet of new manufacturing space to support the growing aerospace industry. With three factories, nearly 300,000 square feet of manufacturing space, and over 250 CNC machines, Moeller is well-positioned to support the dynamic needs of the future.

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Showcase Exhibitors Aviation Week Network Aviation Week Network’s comprehensive portfolio of products and services serving the global MRO industry provides strategic advantages that enable organizations to make informed decisions, improve strategic planning, operate more effectively, and locate and capture new business to increase revenue. Our MRO solutions include: market leading intelligence & insight, proprietary data, research, and forecast views of future opportunity and risk, forward-looking content on trends, fleet data, transactions, and life cycles, world class, global conferences and exhibitions, results-driven marketing services and advertising, and digital marketplaces

Louisiana Economic Development (LED) Louisiana has been the backdrop for innovation and economic development since the early days of aviation. On land, the aviation and aerospace industries are met with an award-winning workforce program, competitive business incentives, and innovative higher-education initiatives. Foundation and foresight distinguish Louisiana among states operating in the industry. The history is rich. The workforce is primed. The logistics and infrastructure are in place. In Louisiana, the next generation of flight is ready for takeoff.

Aviation Week Network +1 (646) 479 6997 www.aviationweek.com

Aerospace and Defense Investment Bankers Representing Middle Market Sellers Since 2001

www.aldermanco.com Securities sold by prospectus only by Alderman & Company Capital, LLC, member SIPC and FINRA

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General Information Mobile/Cell Phones Please ensure all mobile/cell phones are turned off or put onto silent when in the conference area. Photography & Filming Please be aware that photos will be taken by the press, the organisers and delegates in attendance. Please note that by attending, you consent to your voice and likeness being used without compensation in programmes, films, tapes and print for exploitation in any and all media, whether now known or hereafter devised. Furthermore, MRO Exhibitions Ltd, its successors, assigns and licenses are relieved from any liability, on account of such usage. Security The hotel has general security in place, however please note that personal possessions are left in the conference area at your own risk.

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Acknowledgments Aviation Week thanks all of our sponsors and partners for supporting this event. Your participation means more to us than ever and we look forward to growing the future of this event together. Aerospace Raw Materials & Manufacturers Supply Chain Conference Sponsors Partner Sponsors

Session Sponsor

Official Publication

Commercial Aviation Suppliers Conference Sponsors Premium Sponsors

Sponsors

Networking Lunch

Refreshment Breaks

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Day One Reception

Pens & Notebooks


A MU LT IDIMENSI ON AL V I E W I N TO THE ENT IRE SU PPLY CH AI N E COSYS TE M . Our technology enables companies to avoid risks and make smarter decisions.

F I N A N C I A L H E A LT H Measures a company’s default risk, resiliency and strength, and provides comparisons against industry averages.

Health & Safet y

S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y & E S G Monitor supplier compliance across multiple ESG and Sustainability metrics, and provide stakeholder reports in World Economic Forum compliant taxonomy, or the taxonomy of your choice.

Sustainability & ESG

FRAUD, SANCTIONS, MONEY LAUNDERING Monitors to ensure companies are doing business with reputable partners and clients.

Supply Chain & Nth Party

Fraud, Sanctions, Money Laundering

Ensures all qualifications, certifications, and records are up to date and meet requirements.

GEOPOLITICAL & G E O LO C AT I O N

Geopolitical

SUPPLY CHAIN & NTH PARTY Checks the suppliers of your suppliers, ensuring that all parties are stable and resilient enough to service your contract.

H E A LT H Y & S A F E T Y

F i n a n c ia l

Real-time alerts and nonstop global monitoring of companies impacted by natural or man-made crises.

INSURANCE & INTELLEC TUAL PROPERT Y

Insurance & Intellectual Property

Alerts companies to underinsurance and screens for IP violations.

DIVERSIT Y

Diversity

Do more business with diverse and qualified suppliers that reflect your company and customers' metrics, values, and standards.

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Formerly SpeedNews Aerospace Manufacturing Conference

May 17-18, 2022 • Greenboro, NC

Fall 2022

Formerly SpeedNews Aerospace DefenseChain Conference

November 2, 2022 • Washington, DC

Formerly SpeedNews Commercial Aviation Suppliers Conference

March 2023

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