Aerospace Component Manufactures (ACM) Appoints NEAP Operations VP Max McIntyre as President of the association
ACM comprises one of the largest, most experienced concentrations of world-class aerospace companies; as such we at NEAP are delighted and very proud that our VP –Operations Max McIntyre at the NEAP plant in Farmington has been appointed President of the ACM. Prior to being appointed President Max Served as a director in the cluster for six years and states:
“This organisation serves as a fantastic networking platform for Aerospace businesses in the community and combined enables a bigger voice for the manufactures that comprise its membership in all sorts of ways that give us and others huge benefits rather than standing alone is a sea of both threats and opportunities. “
ACM is a non-profit regional network of independent Connecticut and southwestern Massachusetts based aerospace companies. The cluster’s mission is to attract the global aerospace industry to the World's “Aerospace Alley!®,” where ACM member firms form a unique industrial cooperative of long-established aerospace manufacturers, processors and suppliers, offering a cost-effective supply chain that exceeds customer expectations. Working together as a network, member companies collectively offer broader capabilities than they could as individuals.
ACM member companies are united by a single goal: Be the world leader in providing customers with aerospace components of unsurpassed quality, competitive prices and on-time delivery.
To achieve that goal, members of the cluster work with peers and with regional, national and international experts to ensure continuous improvement of products and services.
The cornerstone of the efforts deployed by the collective group is an aggressive program for adopting and implementing lean enterprise practices and conducting ongoing workforce training and development.
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