23 jun Gate2 enters Brabant Aerospace cluster at Paris Air Show
June 21st, 2017, Paris – Gate2 officially entered the Brabant Aerospace cluster. Sander Heijmand (Aviolanda Aerospace), alderman Rolph Dols (Gilze en Rijen, in the name of Gate2) and Stef Have (Breda International Airport) signed the marketing convenant at the Paris Air Show to enter the collaboration. The signing was overseen by Bert Pauli, deputy of Economics of the Province of North Brabant, and mayor Steven Adriaanse of the council of Woensdrecht. A marvellous development!
Brabant Aerospace is an initiative created by Aviolanda Aerospace Woensdrecht en Breda International Airport. The cluster offers opportunities to implement aerospace as a prosperous sector in Brabant and to give publicity to the ambitions of concerned stakeholders. With the introduction of Gate2, Brabant now houses six different companies based in the aerospace sector.
Gate2 is the cluster for Aerospace & Maintenance (A&M) in Midden-Brabant and brings stakeholders together for business, educational and governmental purposes. Gate2 is a knowledge centre for aviation and industrial maintenance, plus other relevant sectors such as High Tech Systems and Materials, Creative Industry (simulations), Chemistry (processes) and Logistics.