GMN recently opened a new, cutting-edge bonding and integration operation in Taiwan. Located in the Kaohsiung Science Park, this 322,000-square-foot facility offers liquid optical bonding (LOCA) and integration for any display, touch screen, or decorative cover glass component, with exceptional efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
Front panel integration
With years of experience in industries such as medical, automotive, and heavy industry, GM Nameplate (GMN) is now involved in front panel integration solutions inside the aircraft cabin. GMN Aerospace has recently been working on several projects involving cabin control interfaces with aerospace companies such as BAE Systems and The Boeing Company. Cabin control interfaces are the various displays and touchscreens on airplanes that help to enhance the overall in-flight experience.
In 2007 the aerospace team of GM Nameplate had its first team photo taken. Since the photo was taken we’ve celebrated multiple milestones. We’ve launched GMN Aerospace, received three consecutive Boeing Supplier of the Year awards, celebrated the delivery of our 15 millionth part to the Boeing Company, and numerous other accolades. But that’s not all that has changed over the years.
SEATTLE, WA (July 7, 2014) – Today, GMN Aerospace announced the release of its new exterior product – M2TYCOAT™. GMN Aerospace’s M2TYCOAT product is specially designed for exterior aircraft color graphics and mandatory exterior placards and markers.
Today marks the 60th anniversary of GM Nameplate! In 1954, GMN was started as a nameplate manufacturer in Seattle, Washington. Through the years our expertise has expanded to include labels, switch technologies, large format graphics, front panel display integration, plastics, and more, with customers in nearly every industry. We are entering our 60th year in business with record growth and delivery.
Earlier this week, we celebrated the delivery of our 15 millionth BAC part to the Boeing Supply chain. We commemorated the milestone with members of The Boeing Company and GMN Aerospace. At the celebration, the 15 millionth part was delivered to Kent Fisher, vice president and general manager supplier management for The Boeing Company; Beth Anderson, vice president rate readiness supplier management for The Boeing Company; and Alan Wittman, director seat integration/IFE for The Boeing Company, by members of the GMN Aerospace manufacturing team.