GM Nameplate speaks out to keep Aerospace jobs in Washington

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By Lauren Rowles | Jan 20, 2016
Paul Michaels in Olympia

GM Nameplate has been a proud Aerospace manufacturer for over 60 years, where we have developed a long standing relationship with The Boeing Company as a supplier to all Boeing commercial programs. On January 19th, Paul Michaels, GMN Aerospace Corporate Director, traveled to Olympia to represent GM Nameplate to help ensure that Aerospace manufacturing growth continues in Washington.

The Aerospace industry in Washington is part of a large global economy that is becoming increasingly more competitive. Many Aerospace companies decide to locate in Washington as a result of the growth in Boeing products, which has a significant positive impact on the state. These companies make up a regional supply chain that contributes to Boeing’s success. GM Nameplate is a supplier not only to Boeing, but to 100+ local Aerospace companies that help make up this regional supply chain. The entire Aerospace supply chain is essential to protect because it stimulates a large number of the good paying job opportunities in Washington.

Michaels spoke on the behalf of Aerospace manufacturing in Washington State. Michaels wanted to express how crucial Aerospace is to the state’s economy. GM Nameplate cares about the people and businesses that make up the great state of Washington, and we are actively working to keep it that way.