AIM Aerospace develops a new business strategy that includes revamping its manufacturing plants and incorporating automation.
By Janice Hoppe-Spiers
AIM Aerospace President and CEO Daniele Cagnatel plans to modernize the company’s facilities and introduce carbon fiber technology intelligent automation this year to strengthen its position as a leading aerospace manufacturer. “Big changes are coming because the market around us is changing,” he says. “We will retain our core competencies but revamp. It’s going to be significant. The business that doesn’t change is the business that will go into extinction.”
The Renton, Wash.-based company has been building airline components for more than 30 years. AIM Aerospace specialized in manufactured composite products including composite ducting, substructural and interior parts for the commercial aerospace industry.