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Theresa May recognises Poeton during opening speech at Farnborough Air Show

July 17, 2018

Prime Minister Theresa May has recognised the ‘skill, energy and innovation’ of Poeton and other suppliers working in the UK’s thriving aerospace industry during her opening address at this year’s Farnborough Air Show.

During her speech, May praised the UK as a ‘leading aerospace nation’ and announced a series of investments into research and development projects that will further boost British aerospace companies ensuring ‘Britain remains at the cutting edge of the industry’.

May then applauded the role businesses such as Poeton play in the UK’s aerospace sector:

“The UK already has a leading edge. We are home to some of the biggest names in the industry – and our small and medium sized companies demonstrate phenomenal skill, energy and innovation.

Many of those companies are here at Farnborough.

Poeton, who apply ceramic and metallic coatings to aerospace components to protect them from melting, corroding or wearing.”

You can view the prime minister’s full speech here, with her mention of Poeton at 5:55 on the video.

Poeton are exhibiting our capabilities in surface treatment all this week at the Farnborough Air Show, find us in Hall 1 Stand 1516 to learn why we are trusted partners to the largest aerospace manufacturers.

Theresa May recognises Poeton during opening speech at Farnborough Air Show