The Horst Engineering Family of Companies was well represented at the 2014 Aerospace Components Manufacturers annual meeting. The meeting was held at the New England Air Museum in Windsor Locks, Connecticut.
Click here to see our ACM profile. We are represented on the ACM board of directors by Horst Engineering’s General Manager, Arthur Roti. ACM is celebrating its 15th year. The non-profit industry organization has promoted an amazing amount of collaboration amongst suppliers in Connecticut and Massachusetts. The 80+ ACM members have more than $2 billion in combined aerospace industry sales and have been responsibility for creating thousands of good paying skilled manufacturing jobs.
The museum is full of great historical aircraft and exhibits. It is a great place for adults and children to visit and learn about the history of aviation. Horst Engineering, Sterling Machine, and Thread Rolling Inc. are very proud to be part of an industry with such awesome technology and history.