DisplayWorks is proud to announce two new engine sectioning projects we’re working on with GE Aviation.
The stars of this show are two engines, a CF6-80A and a CF6-80C2, that recently braved the trek from an outdoor field to DisplayWorks’ Cincinnati facility. Our production crew is hard at work transforming the retired test engines into brilliant, gleaming works of art that can be used as learning tools. The cutaway engine displays will soon be residing in their new homes in India and Poland sometime later this summer.
We’re proud to work with GE Aviation as a client. Building close working relationships with our clients and getting to know their business is an integral part of helping to add value to their exhibit and marketing programs over time. Cincinnati based Account Executive, Jim Arlinghaus, has maintained a strong relationship with GE dating back more than 30 years, when Jim worked as a GE employee managing a creative services group, and later as Manager of GE Aviation Exhibits. Over the past 15 years working with GE Aviation as an exhibit provider he’s has traveled the world supporting GE Aviation’s global exhibit program participating in such Airshows as Paris, Singapore, Farnborough, Dubai, China, to name a few.
In addition to trade shows and engine sectioning, DisplayWorks has provided exhibit, display and corporate interior work for the GE Learning Center, CTEC Lobby, branding in North Pointe 1 and 2, and several other notable company projects.
We look forward to many more future projects, helping the company keep their “cutting edge” in innovation wherever business takes them. Stay tuned for pictures of the finished product on the latest engine displays.