American Embassy Visits Superior Tube And Fine Tubes On Their Stand At ILA Berlin

During the visit, US officials were introduced to the companies' specialty portfolio of high-strength tubing solutions, innovations and current projects in the aerospace industry

by Patrick Johnson | Thursday 7 July 2016

Paul A. Tombarge, a U.S. Air Force colonel and the Embassy's Chief of the Office of Defense Cooperation and Kent Logson, Deputy Chief of Mission, were shown how both businesses help aerospace companies worldwide solve technical challenges, using high-performance titanium, stainless steel and nickel alloy tubing.

Mike Cullum, Sales Manager at Fine Tubes, said: "The ILA Berlin Air Show is an important event in our calendar. It helps us get our products and ideas in front of some of the most influential decision makers in the aviation industry. This year, however, our esteemed guests from the American embassy made the show even more special, as we were able to show their representatives our quality tubing solutions."

The ILA Berlin Air Show includes one of Europe's largest public air shows and a major aerospace trade exhibition. More than 120,000 trade visitors from every segment of the aviation industry come to the event every other year. This year it took place from 1 to 4 June at the Berlin ExpoCenter Airport in Berlin.

Superior Tube and Fine Tubes are developing high-strength tubing for aircraft engines and airframes in today’s leading space, military and civil aircraft programmes.

This includes hydraulic and pneumatic control systems, torque control rods, transmission, landing gear and instrumentation. Combined, Fine Tubes and Superior Tube supply their products to more than 35 countries worldwide.


Bettina Schadow
Fine Tubes Ltd
+44 1752 876416

Thursday 7 July 2016 / file under Aerospace | Engineering