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Recognition From Our Clients

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“Overall the company has demonstrated the will and the ability to do whatever needs to be done to provide quality hardware on time. We believe that Weldmac deserving of recognition as an outstanding team player.” – Lockheed Martin

When the stakes are high, quality, dependability and innovation are essential. Weldmac Manufacturing Company has proven itself as a top supplier of metal fabricated components regardless of complexity or tolerances. With our experience and capabilities we find a way to get the job done on time.

Below is a partial list of some of the awards and recognition Weldmac has received over the last couple of decades.

1990 – Manufacturing Supplier of the Year Award: GENERAL DYNAMICS SPACE SYSTEMS DIVISION

1996 – Supplier of the Year: LOCKHEED MARTIN

2001 – Preferred Supplier: BOEING

“For excellence in product performance, process control and business processes with commitment to continuous improvement and customer satisfaction”

2002 – Raptor of Distinction Award: LOCKHEED MARTIN

2002 – Supplier Recognition Award: LOCKHEED MARTIN

“During late 2001 and early 2002, Weldmac Manufacturing Company went above and beyond the call of duty by developing a new process for manufacturing the F-22 Engine Inlet K-Seal Titanium Inserts. Not only is the process they developed 70% faster than the prior process, it is also easier, cost effective and more accurate. While this in itself is commendable, this award nomination is for the expedited effort that solved a significant schedule problem. Weldmac went out on risk to manufacture the tools before the official drawings were available, worked long hours and weekends, utilized all of their in-house talent, and pulled favors from local manufacturers and businesses to support the F-22 programs schedule as much as possible.

Weldmac’s achievement is important because the difficulty in manufacturing the inserts had caused a serious shortage in deliveries of the Inlet K-Seal. The K-Seal is the last part incorporated before the engines can be installed during final assembly. With the K-Seal six months late to the 4011 need date and no relief in sight for follow-on aircraft, Weldmac in five short months recovered the schedule for subsequent aircraft and is now in sequence for 4016.

Overall the company has demonstrated the will and the ability to do whatever needs to be done to provide quality hardware on time. We believe that Weldmac deserving of recognition as an outstanding team player.

2005: BOEING

“As we near the fulfillment of the RS-68 Lot 1 engine contract, Boeing Canoga Park would like to express our sincere thanks for the hard work, dedication, and quality hardware delivered to us over the last several years by Weldmac. This outstanding performance has led to four flawless launches of America’s newest space launch vehicle, the Delta IV.

Boeing’s increasing reliance on our supplier partners for component hardware makes it more important than ever for our suppliers to embrace the objective of quality hardware delivered on time. We also appreciate the open communication between our companies which has allowed us to meet critical program objectives.

The RS-68 Team would like to thank Weldmac for a job well done, and look forward to a long-lasting relationship.”

2007 – Supplier of Excellence Award: CAPSTONE MICROTURBINE

2008 – Weapon System Awards: U.S. ARMY AVIATION

“Weldmac Manufacturing Company is recognized for exceptional performance in the design, production and logistical support of the Aviation Survivability Product Improvement and the significant enhancement these contributions have made towards the survivability of Apache aircrews in Iraq and Afghanistan.”

2009: Apache Program Management Office

In 2009, Weldmac received this citation for our contributions to the Army’s Apache program. We were honored to receive this kind of recognition directly from the U.S. Army. Weldmac is proud to play a part in enhancing the safety of our fighting men and women in our armed forces Click here to view.