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Harlow Aerostructures LLC has completed the purchase of Aerospace Holdings Inc.

Harlow Aerostructures LLC Located in Wichita, Kansas, announced today that it has completed the purchase of the business and assets of Aerospace Holdings Inc., which consists of three companies, NC Dynamics located in Long Beach California; Valley Tool and Manufacturing located in Orange, Connecticut and NCDM, a maquiladora located in Mexicali, Mexico.

These three operating companies, otherwise known as Group Aero, have been providing aerospace components and assemblies, servicing military and civilian fixed wing and helicopter markets for over 30 years to companies located in the USA, Europe, and Asia. The addition of these three companies brings Harlow’s total employment to over 400 employees and over 300,000 square feet of manufacturing space. With duplicative machines and engineering capabilities, Harlow is now able to offer its customers state of the art production capabilities in three different geographic locations to reduce production risk. Harlow continues to provide military and general aviation products including engineering, manufacturing and development of complex aerospace components/ assemblies for the aerospace industry worldwide, with products being shipped to France, Israel, Brazil, Turkey, and the UAE. Since 1954, Harlow Aerostructures LLC, a privately held company, has built trusted customer relationships based on integrity, reliability and exceptional service. To learn more about Harlow Aerostructures LLC please log onto our website harlowair.com.


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Valley Tool and Manufacturing LLC has a pedigree of performance going back decades. The product of mergers between Maurer Metalcraft and Valley Tool, Valley Tool and Manufacturing LLC and Milford Fabricating Co. offers a wide range of capabilities ranging from sheet metal fabrication, machining, Painting, Nadcap welding, Heat Treat and assembly work.

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