France is the United States' main trade partner for aerospace products (1st industrial partner, 1st supplier, and 2nd largest customer of the U.S. aerospace industry).1 Other than the United States, France is the only country to have the full range of industrial capabilities and technical knowledge needed to design and build and aircraft or satellite from start to finish.2 This unique relationship has translated into the long-standing business ties between American companies and dozens of French subsidiaries in the Washington State aerospace cluster.
The FACC Aerospace Committee is a group established by the French-American Chamber of Commerce of the Pacific Northwest (FACC PNW). The group is open to any Washington State-based French companies or subsidiaries and any U.S. companies doing or wishing to do business with the French aerospace industry.
This Committee’s purpose is to create an active network between French and American companies in the aerospace industry sharing common interests as trade partners. The Committee uses formal and informal networking means throughout the year and aims to:
1. US Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, Foreign Trade Division, September 2015
2. U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Commercial Service Aerospace Resource Guide, 2014-2015
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Please note this is an invitation-only Committee. Companies interested in joining the Committee or wishing to submit a query have to be member of the French-American Chamber of Commerce in Seattle. For more information you can contact email@example.com, or call 206-443-4703