NH aerospace companies connect at Canada trade show
State officials, including Gov. John Lynch and Department of Resources and Economic Development Commissioner George Bald, led a contingent to the Aero Montreal Global Supply Chain Summit, a gathering of companies from around the world that concluded Friday.
Companies that made the trip included Tech Resources of Milford, which employs about 30 people; Orion Wire in North Haverhill, which employs seven; Axenics in Nashua, which employs 40; EPTAM Plastics of Northfield, which employs 108 and Corfin Industries of Salem, which employs 80, according to a press release issued by the Division of Economic Development.
New Hampshire was the only New England state represented at the summit, said Christopher Way, the division';s interim director.
';It';s extremely beneficial for us and our companies, who are getting to meet with some prime contractors,'; he said in a statement.