On its first day at the Paris Air Show, Harlow Aerostructures has signed a $500,000 contract with an Israeli company for work.
“They were so excited,” said Tammy Nolan with the Greater Wichita Economic Development after the show ended Monday.
The GWEDC is exhibiting at the show along with Harlow Aerostructures and Fiber Dynamics.
The order demonstrates the need for a company to be at the show, participating in the global marketplace, Nolan said.
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