Aero Metals Alliance – Together We Are Stronger
Five world class metal suppliers, offering unique capabilities and services, that will enhance the supply chain for customers wherever they are in the world.
When you’re supplying to one of the world’s most demanding markets, you need to be on top of your game. This is certainly the case with Aero Metals Alliance (AMA), an international consortium of companies, which includes Gould Alloys, Progressive Alloy, Service Centres Aero France & Germany (SCA-F & SCA-D), Sunshine Metals and Wilsons, plus an operation in Bangalore India.
It’s a combination that offers financial stability, purchasing power and the ability to be forward-thinking and customer-focused. With a wide variety of machining capabilities across the globe, AMA is more than just a materials stockist.
Faced with the production ramp up rate demands of the industry, AMA is evolving to keep pace with its aerospace customers.
Aerospace manufacturers are increasingly looking to migrate from local to global purchasing. They’re also looking to tie in more of their buying power to specific aircraft programmes, AMA are aligned to the needs of their global customers by establishing mutually beneficial partnerships.
United we stand
The Alliance is committed to supporting the supply chain by adding value and offering extra services to customers:
AMA supply semi-machined products to enable our customers to move further up their value chains and dedicate more time and resources on core activities. Subcontractors are becoming busier satisfying aircraft programme ramp up rates. AMA can take some of the more onerous processes off the subcontractors’ hands, allowing them to spend more time at the top end of their value chains and where they make the most money.
Each of the companies within the Alliance has its own speciality, but by working together they can add more, there has been a huge investment in the business including talented people, new machinery and new facilities.
The sum of the whole
In the UK: Gould Alloys has a brand new building and Wilsons moved to a new 110,000ft2 facility.
The Alliance’s newest member is Progressive Alloy Steels Unlimited (PASU), has three locations in the US. In addition, Sunshine Metals, also in the USA has opened another supply facility in West Virginia. These investments represent a statement of intent.
For manufacturing companies looking for the ultimate in peace of mind and assistance with lean manufacturing, they need look no further than Aero Metals Alliance.
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