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Co-Operative Industries expands manufacturing and repair center facilities

To accommodate new business and to better manage facility resources in anticipation of future growth, Co-Operative Industries has added an additional 10,000 square feet of manufacturing space to its main facility. This will serve to increase capacity for wiring harness production as well as their FAA/EASA/CAAC certified repair station.

As a part of the expansion efforts, buildings at a second location have been renovated and will house the flexible metal conduit arm of Co-Operative Industries. These new facilities will include a total of 10,400 square feet of conduit manufacturing and braiding capabilities. Relocating the conduit production has allowed for increased production of their flexible metal conduits while freeing up much needed manufacturing space at the main facility. This transition allows the company to fully dedicate the main facility's 48,000 square feet to its aerospace, defense, and repair station business.

With the added production space, management has been able to reorganize the manufacturing and repair station workflow, maximizing the work in process. In conjunction with the extended workspace, investments have been made in tools and equipment. In an effort to do their part in reducing environmental impact, new climate controls have been installed so as to improve energy management. "These improvements in expanded capacity and gains in efficiency allow us to better serve our customers and to meet the needs of larger production runs," stated Sam Symonds, President & CEO. "With a growing interest in our Defense group by prime contractors, (Co-Operative industries is rated as a service disabled veteran owned small business), we are better positioned to meet the demands for airframe length harnesses and larger volume manufacturing. From the perspective of our Repair Station, it now totals 6,000 square feet giving us much needed space and room for future growth."

Press release issued by Co-Operative Industries Aerospace & Defense on April 17, 2009


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Co-Operative Industries Aerospace & Defense Wire Harnesses, Engine Harnesses, Hermetic Connectors, Automated Test Equipment, Lead Harnesses, Aircraft Engine Ignition Systems, Leads, Engine Accessories, Metallic Hoses, Metallic Conduits, Shielded Electrical Cable, Electrical Cable, Cable Assemblies, Electrical Wire & Cable


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