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APICS Magazine Features Aerospace Manufacturer and Their Lasting Software ‘Solution’

This is an excerpt taken from the 2012 March/April Edition of APICS Magazine
‘Designed For The Long Haul: Aerospace Manufacturer Finds A Lasting Solution’
Written by: Monty Peterson, Aerospace Dynamics International
Edited by: Karl M Kapp, APICS Magazine

Aerospace Dynamics international (ADI) based in the Santa Clarita Valley of Southern California, supplies complex components and mechanical assemblies to the global aeronautics and aerospace industries.  Our corporate goal is to be an industry benchmark and offer our customers the latest engineering and manufacturing technologies.  At ADI, we are confident that our focus on continuous improvement and advanced technologies will enable the success of all of our customers’ programs.

For more than 20 years, we have been using a software program called Rapid Response Manufacturing (RRM) to serve our enterprise resource planning (ERP) needs.  Continue reading

ProfitKey To Exhibit At Society Of Manufacturing Engineer’s MFG4 Conference May 8-10

Amongst the many other efforts in 2012, ProfitKey is getting back into the industry full-swing, starting with SME’s 2012 MFG4 Conference, being held  May 8-10 at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, Connecticut.  This will be a great opportunity to meet with our executives, face to face, and ask in-depth questions about our industry leading manufacturing ERP software.  We will be stationed at booth #1238, so please feel free to stop by, drop off your business card, and enter for a chance to win a free hand-held Motorola tablet.  Also, look for us in the March & May editions of Manufacturing Engineering and the May edition of Modern Machine Shop . Continue reading

The rise of Embraer – A Latin American Aerospace Giant Lands in the U.S.

Embraer Taking Off For The U.S.

Embraer Taking Off For The U.S.

For years now, news in the North American aircraft market has been dominated by the never-ending battle between Boeing and Airbus in the large plane market.  As those two titans trade the number 1/ number 2 spots in aircraft deliveries, another battle has been brewing, largely under the radar (pun intended). Continue reading