Aerospace Parts Manufacturers
Aerospace parts manufacturers play a vital role in the industry, ensuring that aerospace companies have the parts they need for aircraft, aircraft components, missiles, and space vehicles. Some manufacture all of these parts, while others specialize in one area.
There is typically a high demand for the work performed by aerospace parts manufacturers, driven largely by military budgets and commercial airline traffic. The combined annual revenue of US aerospace parts manufacturers and product manufacturers is around $245 billion.
There are many aerospace parts manufacturers that are based out of the US, ranging from small suppliers to large-scale companies like Boeing. Here are our top 12 picks in the US and beyond.
We of course put ourselves at #1. NAMF and NAPM have been in the aerospace parts manufacturing industry for decades, working to the highest standards. The New Age companies build to print, as a full-service manufacturing company for defense and aerospace. The precision manufacturing aspect involves a carefully refined, expertly executed aluminum dip-brazing process, and the company holds both NADCAP and NAVSEA approvals.
Unlike other aerospace parts manufacturers that focus on just one item or one process, the New Age companies are full-service, handling everything with the exception of special plating. The quality and timeliness of each process is carefully controlled without sub-contracting, which means there is one single point of contact for clients, and no need to spend time or money seeking out multiple suppliers. The end result is a finished product ready for immediate introduction into the production line.
We are approved vendors for special processes and valuable members of the supply chain for most of the major defense and aerospace companies including many listed above; BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin, Airbus, GE Aviation, Leonardo DRS, L3 Communications, and more.
We work with clients across the globe, as a single-source aerospace parts manufacturer with turnkey solutions. Based out of Fairfield, NJ, and Ronkonkoma, NY, we are an excellent choice for any aerospace company, whether civil or military.
Details: NAMF – Fairfield, NJ 973-227-9017, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. NAPM- Ronkonkoma, NY 631-471-4000 or emailing the same address. Or just click below!
Boeing is a big name in aerospace, manufacturing commercial jetliners and military aircraft. Boeing offers fabrication services, and also products like avionics, communication systems, controls, engines, instruments, and modules.
Details: Chicago, IL 312-544-2000.
General Dynamics might be best known for its Gulfstream business jets. Aerospace is one of its five business groups, through which it manufactures the Gulfstream fleet. They design, develop, and manufacture aircraft in Savannah, Georgia.
Details: Falls Church, VA 703-876-3000
Lockheed Martin is well known in the aerospace industry, manufacturing tactical aircraft, airlifts, and parts. Generally, this business is with the US Department of Defense and other federal agencies, as well as some commercial operators and international governments.
Details: Bethesda, MA 301-897-6000
Airbus is a European multinational company, covering commercial aircraft, defense and space, and helicopters both civilly and for the military. They work with companies mentioned in this list as manufacturers, like Pratt & Whitney, to create their well-known large-scale aircraft.
Details: Leiden, NL +31-71-524 5000
United Technologies’ Collins Aerospace works in both global aerospace and defense, manufacturing nacelle systems, avionics systems, interiors, mechanical and mission systems, and controls. Their Pratt & Whitney brand manufactures engines.
Details: Farmington, CT 860-728-7000
Bombardier is a Canadian aerospace manufacturer, with products ranging from business aircraft to commercial aircraft, to aerostructures and engineering. Bombardier makes fuselages, engine nacelles, wings, bulkheads, doors, and stabilizers, along with system components. Their engineering services cover experimental and ground testing services, tooling, and component repair and overhaul.
Details: Washington, DC 202-414-8991
Arconic makes fasteners, fittings, and removal and installation equipment for the aerospace industry. They specialize in products like bolts, fasteners, nuts, and screws, as well as aerospace components and aircraft parts.
Details: Pittsburgh, PA 412-553-4545
Based out of San Diego this company creates aerospace machined components. Their jet products department manufactures turbine engine parts, nacelle mounting, attach rings, and duct fittings.
Details: Burbank, CA 818-260-2900
Jamco is an aerospace parts manufacturer focused on machining and airframe sub-assembly services, for military and commercial industries. They work to create a full range of parts from small turnings to large castings and structural sheet metal assemblies.
Details: Deer Park, NY 631-586-7900
Amphenol is an aerospace parts manufacturer for both the military and commercial aerospace markets. They create airframe and avionics parts for the military, as well as parts for communications, engines, missiles, and rotorcraft. For the commercial market they manufacture interconnect systems and components as well as circuits and cable management products.
Details: Wallingford, CT 203-265-8900
SKF USA supplies parts to the aerospace industry alongside industrial applications, the automotive sector, electrical, service, and steel. When it comes to aerospace this company focuses on bearings, seals, rods, struts, and precision elastomeric devices.
Details: Lansdale, PA 267-436-6000
The aerospace industry is a big one, but we hope this list of our top 12 aerospace parts manufactures helps you make the best decision for your company!