Farnborough Air Show

Voss Industries Pursuing Russia, China Relationships

 - July 15, 2014, 3:00 AM

Voss Industries is displaying examples of its high-performance coupling devices, bulge-formed ducting components and fabricated subassemblies at its Farnborough Airshow exhibit (Hall 4 Stand C11). The company, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, specializes in the aerospace and industrial markets and is the parent company of Voss Aerospace.

Voss Industries was founded by William Voss, a mechanical engineer who designed and manufactured clamps in his spare time, eventually forming Voss Engineering with his wife, Marianne, in 1957. The aerospace side of the business was launched when Voss “solved an emergency problem on the Boeing 747,” according to the company. Now Boeing is one of the company’s largest customers, which include BAE Systems, General Electric Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon.

Voss Industries’ exhibit at the Farnborough Airshow “allows us to better understand our current customers as well as develop new partnerships,” said president Daniel Sedor. “It is a great opportunity to gain insight into emerging technologies that will impact our global customers in coming years, especially as we embark on new paths with Russian and Chinese clients.”