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AEROMART Montréal 2021, a leading suppliers forum for the aeronautics and space industry, takes place at the Montréal Palais des Congrès October 26-28.

This year the event, which brings together aerospace OEMs, SMEs, supply chain partners and service suppliers, will mix in-person and online attendance. Online attendees will have access to all of the same services as those who attend in person, including a schedule of pre-arranged meetings via videoconference, live and recorded conference sessions and access to the virtual exhibition.

Click here for more information and to register.

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