Quantcast
Michigan Economic Development Corp. Aerospace

Ready for Takeoff: Michigan is Ripe Ground for Aerospace Investments

Michigan has been the global center for the automotive industry since motorized vehicles first began appearing on the road. And the network of suppliers and talent base has the potential to turn the state into a hotbed for another industry…

Read More
Koss Aerospace

Sky is the Limit

Known for its stringent quality demands and ever-evolving rules and regulations, the aerospace industry, particularly in North America, can be a cutthroat environment for those in the business of supplying parts and components to the world’s leading aircraft companies.

Read More
LIFT

LIFT Leads Partnership to Innovate Titanium in Aerospace

Lightweight Innovations For Tomorrow (LIFT) recently announced an exciting new aerospace project that will feature a three-way partnership between itself, The Ohio State University, and GE Aviation. Lawrence E. Brown, executive director of LIFT, sits down to talk about the…

Read More
South Carolina

Strength in the Southeast

In South Carolina, the winds of industry have long been blowing. Beginning with the state’s integral role in the rise of the textile and tobacco industries in the southern region of the U.S. in the 19th and 20th centuries, the…

Read More
Metalcraft

Honing Their Craft

For over 25 years, Utah-based Metalcraft Technologies has been known as a high-quality manufacturer of precision-machined and complex sheet metal components for the aerospace industry. Fresh off a historic contract with the Defense Logistics Agency, however, the company is elevating…

Read More
JAXUSA Partnership

Heating Up: Jacksonville’s Growing Prosperity

When looking across the United States at regional areas that serve as major drivers of industrial growth and overall economic prosperity, the city of Jacksonville and its surrounding counties are often (unfairly) left off the list. While it has long…

Read More
Craig Technologies

Mission Controls

Cape Canaveral is the space hub of Florida, where Craig Technologies operates in a 160,000-square-foot facility with 2,000 pieces of equipment engineered to deliver space-age technologies in combination with old-fashioned quality and customer service. Anticipated to triple in size over…

Read More
WEDC

Wisconsin’s Rise to the Top

Manufacturing has long held an important role in the success and identity of many states across the U.S., serving as a vital piece to the nation’s economy over the last two hundred years. However, with recent shifts in the industrial…

Read More
Hawker Pacific

Good Landings

Hawker Pacific Aerospace is the leading independent maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) provider for Landing Gears and associated electrical and hydraulic components for major aircraft types used in new and legacy commercial and freight airline fleets operating in the Americas.

Read More
Fullerton Tool

On the Cutting Edge

Family-owned and operated for over 70 years, Fullerton Tool is today recognized as one of North America’s premium manufacturers of solid carbide cutting tools for a variety of different industries.

Read More
Purdue Research Foundation

Adhesive Technology for Industrial Applications

Purdue University researchers develop adhesive technology for medical, industrial applications. Jennifer Streisand reports.

Read More
Jorgensen Forge

Forging Ahead

Jorgensen Forge is a Washington-based manufacturer that has provided high-quality, critical components for some of North America's most influential and innovative leaders of industry over the last 75 years. In a conversation with Industry Today, Dan Augustine, vice president of…

Read More

Top