# U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration


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2011 North Carolina Aerospace Suppliers Conference

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# U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration

  1. 1. The World is Open forYour Business.Let the U.S. Commercial Serviceconnect you to a world of opportunity.
  2. 2. Let Us Help You Export.With 165 offices in U.S. Embassies and consulates in82 countries, the U.S. Commercial Service of the U.S.Department of Commerce’s International TradeAdministration can assist you to connect withinternational buyers worldwide.
  3. 3. A Global Network to Assist you grow sales Trade Counseling. Get the information and advice you need to succeed. Market Intelligence. Target the best market opportunities. Business Matchmaking. Connect with the right partners and prospects. Commercial Diplomacy. Ensure your products and services have the best possible prospects for success in international markets.
  4. 4. Proven Expertise: Trade CounselingGet the information and advice you need to succeed. Planning an Export Strategy. Legal and Regulatory Issues. Understand and comply with global product standards, certification requirements, electricity regulations, and packaging laws. Documentation and Product Requirements. – Verify tariff rates and import fees; determine your product’s Schedule B and HS numbers. Trade Problems. – Get assistance with customs-related issues.
  5. 5. Finding International Partners Gold Key International Partner Search
  6. 6. Trade Counseling and Resources for AviationCompanies Trade Counseling – export licensing questions/guidance Gold Key Service – meetings with overseas airlines, MROs, representatives/distributors, MODs, etc. Aerospace Executive Service – Gold Key Service-type presence at major overseas show. Advocacy – U.S. Government advocacy and assistance when bidding on overseas procurements.
  7. 7. Upcoming Air Shows 2011-2012• NBAA • FIDAE October 10-12, Las Vegas March 27-April 2, Chile• Seoul Air Show • LAAD October 18-23, Seoul, S. Korea April 10-12, Brazil• Dubai Air Show • Aircraft Interiors Nov. 13-17, UAE April 27-29, Hamburg• Airshow China • Defense & Aerospace Trade Nov. 16-21, China Mission• DefExpo May 5-11, Turkey Jan. 19-22, India • EBACE• Singapore Air Show May 14-16, Switzerland Feb. 14-19, Singapore • ILA – Berlin Air Show June 19-24, Berlin
  8. 8. Upcoming Air Shows 2011-2012 (Continued) Africa Aerospace & Defense Sept. 19-23, South Africa Aerospace Supplier Trade Mission Oct. 8-12, Mexico Milipol Nov. 26-28, Qatar Aeromart Toulouse Dec. 4-6, France
  9. 9. Aerospace Executive Service at Singapore AirShow February 13-17, 2012 Participation Includes: – Pre-scheduled meetings with potential partners, distributors, and end users – Individual kiosk space within the U.S. Pavilion for displaying company literature and posters and conducting meetings – Pre-show breakfast briefing on February 13 – Daily transportation to and from AES hotel and SAS – One show entry pass per company representative – U.S. Exhibitors Welcome Reception and U.S. VIP reception – Meetings with Commercial Service aerospace and defense industry specialists from U.S. Embassies and Consulates across Asia – And more! More information: Contact Stephanie.Heckel@trade.gov
  10. 10. export.gov/northcarolina
  11. 11. Contact us todaywww.export.gov/northcarolinaGreensboro, Raleigh, Charlotte U.S Export Assistance Centers (USEAC) Stephanie Heckel Greensboro Stephanie.Heckel@trade.gov Phone: 336.333.5345 Frances Selema Raleigh Frances.Selema@trade.gov Phone: 919.281.2753 George Thomas Charlotte george.thomas@trade.gov 704 333 4886 ext 223