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STG Aerospace wins 'Best Cabin Innovation' APEX award

Posted 25 October 2016 · Add Comment

STG Aerospace has won an APEX award for Best Cabin Innovation for its saf-Tglo blu photoluminescent floorpath marking system.

saf-Tglo blu is the world’s first blue glowing photoluminescent floor path marking system. For the first time airlines and aircraft cabin designers can introduce an alternative glowing colour within the cabin interior, harmonizing with the latest LED mood lighting interiors. 

Nigel Duncan, STG Aerospace’s chief executive, said: “Winning an APEX Best Cabin Innovation award underlines our commitment to stand out as leaders in cabin lighting innovation, with the goal of improving the passenger experience by enhancing cabin aesthetics whilst offering beautiful solutions that reduce operational and maintenance costs.”

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