During the presentation, delivered to representatives from key industry companies, Noall outlined the three primary challenges facing the Chinese Aerospace manufacturers and their supply chain partners related to materials testing. These, he explained, could be summarized as: finding talented, qualified testing experts; establishing accredited quality programs and maintaining operational performance.
Noall stated: “To be successful in the global Aerospace sector, it is the integrity of the materials used in all components, systems and structure of the aircraft that counts... [therefore] internationally accredited materials testing is going to be critical to the future success of the Chinese Aviation Sector."
Noall was speaking in order to detail how Element's team of internationally-recognized Engaged Experts might support the rapid growth of the Chinese Aerospace industry, which is expected to increasingly require valuable experience in the testing of metallic and non-metallic materials as it competes with Western Prime Manufacturers and their supply chains.
China is viewed as an important growth market by Element, which services a global client base from its international platform of laboratories and has expanded rapidly to 40 locations and 1,400 experts in 2013 thanks to its 'buy and build' strategy.
Element is a company with a global presence; its laboratories are staffed by experts specializing in materials testing, product qualification testing and failure analysis for the Aerospace & Defense, Oil & Gas, Power Generation, and Transportation sectors. Element’s team of 1,400 scientists, engineers and technicians work in 40 laboratories located throughout the U.S. and Europe. For complete Accreditations & Approvals and more information, please visit www.element.com.
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“To be successful in the global Aerospace sector, it is the integrity of the materials used in all components, systems and structure of the aircraft that counts.”
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