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New Members Enrolled Into The AIA


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Aerospace Industries Association (AIA)
: 19 March, 2010  (Company News)
Nine new members have joined the Aerospace Industries Association bringing membership to a record total of 114 companies
The Aerospace Industries Association has enrolled a record nine new members at its March 17 Executive Committee meeting. The new members mark a record for AIA both in recruitment for a quarter and in the highest total membership – 114 regular members – in its history.

“Our membership success demonstrates the value of our association,” said AIA President and CEO Marion Blakey. “In challenging economic times, AIA’s strong representation is essential to protecting the business interests of the nation’s aerospace and Defense industry and helping to establish new opportunities. We want to congratulate our new members, who represent all aspects of the aerospace and defense industry, broadening the range of interests and expertise within AIA.”

AIA’s new members include:

Alliant Techsystems (ATK), a producer of solid propulsion Rocket motors, military and commercial aerostructures, missiles and satellite components to US government agencies and its prime contractors and subcontractors.

ArmorWorks Enterprises, a manufacturer of high-tech military Armour protection, including ceramic Armour and composite Armour components for a variety of aircraft and vehicle applications.

Celestica, a provider of electronic manufacturing services and solutions to original equipment manufacturers in the communications, consumer, enterprise computing, industrial, aerospace and defence, alternative energy and healthcare sectors in Asia, the Americas and Europe.

Deloitte Consulting, a provider of multi-disciplinary consulting and strategic solutions for the aerospace and defence industry.

OSI Systems, which together with its subsidiaries, designs, manufactures and sells specialized electronic systems and components for applications in homeland security, healthcare, and defence and aerospace markets worldwide.

Plexus Corporation, a provider of contract electronic design, testing, repair and manufacturing for the A&D industry, specifically commercial and defense avionics, optical sensors and missile defence systems.

SRA International, which develops, integrates and implements civil and defence NextGen air traffic management solutions and cyber security systems, and provides aviation systems engineering services.

Timco Aviation Services, a provider of commercial jet maintenance, repair, modification and overhaul services in North America.

UFC Aerospace, a manufacturer of standard and made-to-print fasteners and machined components and a leading distributor of fasteners and chemicals.

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