Minimal Impact to GMN Aerospace Supply Chain from Asko Processing Fire

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By Elise Harrington | Oct 01, 2014
Asko Fire

SEATTLE, Washington (October 1, 2014) – Yesterday, GMN Aerospace supplier, Asko Processing, experienced a fire that destroyed part of their warehouse in Seattle, Washington. The Asko offices and production areas were not affected. While GMN relies on Asko for a variety of capabilities, we anticipate minimal impact to GM Nameplate’s manufacturing or on-time delivery as a result of the event. GMN Aerospace has an established action plan to mitigate supply chain disruptions. This includes developing long-lasting relationships with multiple, approved and audited suppliers. GMN has already contacted customer approved secondary suppliers to secure the necessary capabilities to fulfill orders. Most customers will experience no impact to on-time delivery.

About GMN Aerospace

As a key part of GM Nameplate, GMN Aerospace is a recognized worldwide leader in the manufacture of mandatory markings and sub-assemblies for the entire aircraft. This includes interior and exterior mandatory markings, components for passenger service units (PSU), custom plastic injection molded components, and aerospace sub-assemblies. Since receiving its first Boeing order in 1960, GM Nameplate has provided Boeing and the aerospace industry with high-quality products and continues to build on its collaborative relationship with top aerospace companies. Quality and delivery are the core focus to all GM Nameplate’s custom products.