International Supplier Center ISC: A B2B platform for suppliers
International Supplier Center ISC
25 -27 April 2018
ILA Berlin is the aerospace industry’s most innovative trade event. It offers a global stage for companies both large and small – from international industry leaders to highly specialized small to midsize firms. The supply chain is the backbone of the industry, and the International Supplier Center ISC is the ideal platform to showcase the sector. Join us at ILA Berlin to make important business contacts, find partners for new projects, and network with key stakeholders from industry and government.
- Meet OEM purchasing managers, tier one suppliers and other suppliers.
- Use B2B Matchmaking for pre-arranged B2B meetings between buyers and suppliers.
- Join the discussions at the ISC Forum specially designed for suppliers.
- Present your company in the ILA guides: Quickfinder, Virtual Market Place® (an online catalog) and the ILA app.
- Rent an attractive trade booth – including the rented area, booth and furnishings – in a climate-controlled exhibition hall.
- Special features: Get to know exhibitors and buyers at an evening networking event.
An exclusive marketplace for the supplier industry
The International Supplier Center ISC is a dedicated hall where over 300 companies from around the globe can present their latest innovations. ISC is the best place for suppliers to connect with potential customers and partners.
Register here as ISC exhibitor.
As an exhibitor at ILA Berlin, you can showcase your innovations to over 75,000 trade visitors from around the world.
Many OEM and Tier-1 suppliers already confirmed to send their buyers to ILA Berlin. We expect numerous buyers and technological experts from large OEMs such as Airbus, Bombardier or Boeing, system integrators like Diehl, Liebherr or Rockwell Collins as well as high-tech specialist such as Autoflug, Sell or Recaro.
Download the ISC buyers list here.
Additionally a growing number of companies from non-flying segments such as BROETJE Automation or Latecoere Services are joining our procurement community at the ISC to look for new technologies and innovations in the supply chain.
Personalized B2B service
The ISC connects buyers and suppliers – with a personal touch:
Three entire exhibition days are dedicated to your industry. The International Buyers’ Days are a benefit reserved only for ISC exhibitors. On the ISC Business Platform, during the run-up to the event you can arrange B2B meetings between tier one suppliers and ISC exhibitors and the purchasing and development managers from the leading OEMs. The ISC experts will ensure that suppliers get in touch with the right contacts.
Services for buyers
At ILA Berlin, purchasing managers from around the world gain convenient access to the supplier industry. Over the course of just a few days, you can easily forge important business contacts stationed nearby instead of logging thousands of miles. Participants can find individualized support with the B2B Matchmaking service.
Services for exhibitors
ILA offers the supplier industry a singular stage for companies to introduce themselves in attractive booths located in a dedicated hall. Thanks to B2B Matchmaking, you can get in touch with international suppliers. Exhibitors also have the opportunity to list their companies in the three ILA guides: the Quickfinder, Virtual Market Place® (an online catalog) and the ILA app.
ISC conferences and accompanying program
ILA Berlin is truly the industry’s think tank. At the ISC Forum, visitors and exhibitors alike can attend the unique, carefully curated program filled with panel discussions and conferences focusing on the industry’s most pressing issues. There, experts and key decision makers will engage in dialogue on how to make products and processes leaner and greener.
Get to know exhibitors and buyers on an evening networking event.
The International Supplier Center ISC has four focus areas
Feedback from the international buyers’ days 2016
SMEs in the lead
Over 90 percent of suppliers to the aerospace industry have fewer than 250 employees – and can therefore be considered small-to-midsize firms.