- Associated Press - Saturday, February 8, 2014

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire companies representing the state’s aerospace and defense industry have been marketing themselves in Singapore.

Singapore is New Hampshire’s 15th largest trading partner.

The six companies are members of the New Hampshire Aerospace and Defense Export Consortium, which marks its anniversary next month and is one of the only export consortia in the nation. Their participation in a recent trade show is made possible through the federal State Trade Export Promotion program.

Tina Kasim, program manager for the New Hampshire International Trade Resource Center, says the event builds on momentum gained from participating in the Farnborough and Paris Air Shows, and further solidifies New Hampshire’s reputation as a large and growing hub for the world’s aerospace and defense sectors.

“The aerospace and defense industries are a fast growing sector for us,” Kasim said. “The companies attending represent our diversity and innovation and they are eager for the possibilities the Singapore and Asian markets will provide them.”

Attending are AQYR Technologies of Nashua, which designs and manufactures portable satellite communication terminals for military and governments; Corfin Industries of Salem, which provides component preparation services and is the exclusive provider of the Robotic Hot Solder Dip, which the company developed in the 1980s; LanAir Inc. of Newington, which engineers and designs PMA parts; New England Wire Technologies of Lisbon, which designs and manufactures Litz braids, cables and strands, ultra flexible single, multiconductor, and coaxial cables; RdF Corp., of Hudson, which designs, develops and manufactures surface, insertion and immersion temperature and heat flux sensors; and Transupport of Merrimack, a stocking supplier for gas turbine engines.

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