AIM Aerospace, a leader in design and fabrication of advanced composite structures, has been awarded a long term contract from Boeing Canada Winnipeg for exhaust ducting on Boeing 787 aircraft.
"We're very pleased to be awarded this contract and to participate in manufacturing components for the Boeing 787 aircraft," said Daniele Cagnatel, President and CEO of AIM Aerospace, adding, "it extends a customer-supplier relationship AIM Aerospace has had with The Boeing Company for more than 20 years, and is very important to the strategy and growth of our composite manufacturing business."
The parts will be produced in their Sumner, WA location, which is currently being renovated into a state of the art manufacturing facility. The transformation started in mid 2018, and will be completed in the first quarter of 2019. A fundamental element of this transformation is the insertion of automation and smart manufacturing systems to significantly improve the health and safety of the employees and the quality of the product for our customers.
These sub-assemblies are lightweight, secondary flight structures which incorporate Avior's integrated fabrication capabilities of composite components, machined and sheet metal details.
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|SEKISUI Aerospace (was AIM Aerospace)||Composite Design Consultants, Aircraft Interior Furniture, Carbon-reinforced Composites, Manifolds & Ducts, Composite Manufacturing Services, Composite Structures, Foam Core Composites, Honeycomb Core Composites, Prepreg, Subcontracted Composite Parts|
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