July 10, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Build-to-print machining supplier PRV Aerospace LLC announced its name change to Cadence Aerospace last month at the Paris Air Show, where it was an exhibitor.
The change spearheads a rebranding that reflects the company's drive to align its factories with customer demand, matching its cadence to theirs to provide superior service in the supply of components, subassemblies, assemblies and repair and overhaul services to the world's leading manufacturers of aircraft, aerostructures, aero-equipment and other defense platforms.
Cadence is improving its competitive position through the integration of continuous improvement and lean processes into its company culture, driving performance by focusing on key operating metrics on a daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly basis and building a better "cadence" or flow on all its eight factory floors. The company believes its efforts will benefit its customers by maintaining and increasing its competitive posture.
Each of its operating companies will reflect the name change:
Cadence Aerospace, ADM Operations
)Machining, assembly, test, repair and overhaul, and kitting for aero-equipment
Cadence Aerospace, ADM-
Nogales, Sonora, Mexico
)Machining assembly, test and kitting for aerostructures and aero-equipment
Cadence Aerospace, Arden Operations
)High-speed and hard-metal machining, assembly and kitting for aerostructures
Cadence Aerospace, Astro Spar Operations
City of Industry, CA
)High-speed machining, assembly and kitting for aerostructures
Cadence Aerospace, Giddens Operations
)High-speed machining, sheet metal fabrication, assembly and kitting for aerostructures
Cadence Aerospace, PMW Operations
)Hard-metal machining, assembly and kitting for aerostructures
Cadence Aerospace, QFI Operations
)Metal forming, titanium hot forming, assembly and kitting for aerostructures
Cadence Aerospace, Tell Tool Operations
)Complex machining, assembly and test for aero-equipment
"Operational excellence must be our key competitive advantage, so we believe 'Cadence' ties in with the Operational Center of Excellence strategy we are deploying across the enterprise," explained CEO Larry Resnick.