ILC Dover part of White House Made in America event

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Photo courtesy of Paragon Space Development Corp.

ILC Dover, Frederica, was one of 50 companies featured in a Made in America event at the White House.

Showcased was the company’s spacesuit as well as its isolator used in pharmaceutical production.

ILC, which is based in Frederica, was part of the exhibition that included one company from each of the 50 states.

While best known for its spacesuits, the company also uses its expertise in flexible materials for blimps and even systems that can keep floodwaters out of subway tunnels.

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Another business lineis involvedin the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals and other products.

On hand for the event, which is part of the theme weeks at the White House, were President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.

According to Fox Business, products at the White House ranged from brooms to Caterpillar heavy equipment.

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