November 1, 2023
Connecticut Convention Center, Hartford, CT
1:00 PM – 5:30 PM
See for yourself why this region is the global hub for aerospace manufacturing — thanks to a highly skilled and highly productive workforce, a strategic location, a collaborative spirit of innovation and a close-knit network of suppliers committed to unsurpassed quality and on-time deliveries.
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Exhibitors are members of ACM, one of the largest, most experienced concentrations of world-class aerospace companies in the world—the world’s Aerospace Alley!® as well as show sponsors and guests.
American Cladding Technologies
Connecticut Metallurgical Inc.
Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) (Show Sponsor)
CT Dept. of Economic & Community Dev (Show Sponsor)
Curtiss-Wright Surface Technologies
Indo-American Chamber of Commerce
Intelligent Cutting Solutions (ICS)
Kaman Specialty Bearings & Engineered Products
Leggett & Platt Aerospace Middletown
Made in America with Ari Santiago
Metal Finishing Technologies, LLC
New England Airfoil Products Inc.
New England Plasma Development Corp
All in one afternoon, all in one place, you can meet with precision manufacturers of all types. Add a day or two on your trip for some meetings at their locations as well.
The Connecticut Convention Center is conveniently located in Connecticut’s capitol, Hartford—just minutes from Bradley International Airport.
Hartford Marriott Downtown , Hartford
The Goodwin, Hartford
Hampton Inn & Suites, Hartford/East Hartford
Residence Inn by Marriott, Hartford
Presentation at CCAT Booth, with Jeffrey Crandall, Senior Manager of Additive Technologies at CCAT2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Presentation at CCAT Booth, with Nasir Mannan, Principal Engineer of Advanced Design, Automation and Metrology at CCAT2:45 - 3:00PM
(presented during Member’s Luncheon – PrePaid Ticket required)
Jill Albertelli was appointed president of Military Engines for Pratt & Whitney in December 2021. Jill oversees development, production, and support of the company’s military offerings, including the fifth generation F119 and F135 engines for the F-22 and F-35 fighters, the F100 for the F-15/F-16, the F117 for the C-17, the TF33 for the B-52, the PW4062 for the KC-46A, Pratt & Whitney’s Military auxiliary power unit portfolio, and its mobility and diverse engine programs. She is responsible for B-21 bomber engine development and Pratt & Whitney’s adaptive engine portfolio for future combat aircraft.
Jill brings 30 years of Pratt & Whitney experience to this role, from leadership positions in engineering, manufacturing operations and supply chain to sales, programs and commercial aftermarket, to leading the Quality organization. Most recently, Jill led the Transformation & Strategy organization, partnering across the company to drive performance and alignment and spearheading enterprise-wide initiatives, including Office of the Future and the building of the new world-class turbine airfoil production facility in Asheville, N.C. Jill has also been a key driver in furthering the company’s digital and sustainability strategies.
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Chief Manufacturing Officer
State of CT
Alderman & Company
President & CEO
President, Military Engines
Pratt & Whitney
Connecticut Convention Center
100 Columbus Blvd.
Hartford, CT 06103
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ACM Inc. — The World’s Aerospace Alley!®
Jessica Taylor, Executive Director
For general inquiries or personalized visit requests, please contact Jessica Taylor at email@example.com or 860‑282-4239.
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