ECM Group to show heat treatment solutions at Paris Air Show 2019

May 21, 2019

The ECM Group, headquartered in Grenoble, France, will be exhibiting at the 53rd International Paris Air Show, in Le Bourget, France, from June 17–23, 2019. Divisions of the ECM Group, ECM Technologies and Serthel Industrie will be showcasing their latest innovations dedicated to coating and heat treatment applications for the aeronautical industry.

The International Paris Air Show is one of the largest shows dedicated to the aviation and space industries. It brings industry experts and companies together once every two years; featuring over 2,381 international exhibitors and 142,000 trade visitors.

During the event, representatives of the ECM Group will be available for discussions in Hall 4, Booth F17.

www.ecm-furnaces.com  |  www.serthel.com

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