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Lucintel with Its Strong Presence in Aerospace and Defence is Now a Member of ADS
Irving, TX (PRWEB) May 20, 2012
Lucintel, a premier global management consulting and market research firm that specializes in industrial markets and technologies, including composites, aerospace &defence, marineand related markets has recently become a member of ADS.
ADS is a trade organisation advancing the UK Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space industries.ADS was formed from the merger of the Association of Police and Public Security Suppliers (APPSS), the Defence Manufacturers Association (DMA) and the Society of British Aerospace Companies (SBAC) in October 2009.ADS also encompasses the British Aviation Group (BAG).ADS together with its regional partners, represents over 2,600 companies.
Lucintel understands the difficulties that many companies are currently facing and believe that the existence of a validated, updated and robust growth strategy iscritical to a successful future. Lucintel is pleased to discuss how their expertise and insights could add value to fellow ADS companies.
Lucintel is exceptionally well positioned to provide affordable consulting services or market reports.The Company uses a combination of industry experience with first class consultants and analysts to provide quick and accurate results to their client’s global market needs.
Lucintel is now available in the UK where interested parties can contact the Company’s Vice President of Sales – Consulting. Mr. Clark specializes in Aerospace, Defence and Energy. His colleague, Mr. Nigel O’Dea, Business Development Manager, specializes in Composites and Advance Materials.
ADS members are entitled to take advantage of free consulting advice and enjoy discounted rates for both Lucintel’s Market Reports and Consulting Services.
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