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Space Tech Expo returns to Long Beach in 2021


Space Tech Expo USA has announced today the eager-awaited return of the live and in-person showcase event of space technology and services for spacecraft, satellite and launcher systems, subsystems, components, and materials for civil, military, and commercial space to Long Beach, California, October 6 – 8.


For the first time since 2015, Space Tech Expo USA will be taking place in Long Beach, California, a move that has enabled an enlargement of the footprint of the floor plan and the exhibitor base as the show continues to grow, as well as gaining increased access to the local large businesses in the South LA area. Leading suppliers in the aerospace and defense sectors, such as Element, Ensign-Bickford, Motiv Space Systems, and VELO3D are all confirmed to exhibit.


New for 2021 - the Space Tech Expo USA Conference will be entirely free-to-attend. Across two days in October 2021, Space Tech Expo USA Conference will highlight the latest in investment and manufacturing for space, and will focus on optimization through various technologies, including new ways of manufacturing such as the challenges and opportunities of implementing industry 4.0 technologies on the manufacturing floor and into the space supply chain.


Space Tech Expo Conference will bring together more than 30 high-level industry experts, including representatives from NASA, Northrop Grumman, Redwire, Maxar Technologies, Voyager Space Holdings and more.


Gordon McHattie, event director at Space Tech Expo says: “The return of Space Tech Expo USA as an in-person show represents the appetite for industry technical and executive leaders to get back to face to face discussions on project requirements and business collaborations. The wide array of product and service offerings on display make this again the West Coast’s premier space industry gathering. I sincerely thank the exhibitor and visitor network for their renewed support towards mission-critical meetings and the continued furthering of the wider industry at a time when space industry efforts ranging from tourism through exploration to national security are sharply in focus.”


The two-day event promises networking, lead generation, and knowledge-sharing. To find out more, or register for a free pass, please visit the website.

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