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Derick Baisa

Chief Executive Officer

Senior Aerospace Absolute Manufacturing

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Senior Aerospace Absolute Manufacturing

20350 71St Avenue NE Suite C

Arlington, Washington 98223

United States

Company Description

Senior Aerospace Absolute Manufacturing founded in 1996 specializes in complex machining solutions in a production and non-production environment utilizing the latest in machine tool technologies and lean practices. Absolute Manufacturing is a high qualit ... more

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Engineering Manager
AMT

Business Development Manager
Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies , Inc.

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Absolute Manufacturing - Senior Aerospace Group

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Derick Baisa (West Coast) Business Development DerickB@absolutemfg.com


AMT

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Derick Baisa Business Development Manager derickb@amtnw.com


Making the future even brighter, the ...

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Making the future even brighter, the company is ramping up production for all its Boeing programs to meet the aerospace giant's increasing production rates on all of its aircraft models, said Derick Baisa, AMT's business development manager. Programs outside of Boeing also are increasing their order rate, except for the Blackhawk, which continues to maintain its current production level.

"To meet the future demand for our products, our parent company, Senior Aerospace in England, has just invested $5 million to install two more MAG spindle machines, bringing our total to five," Baisa said.
The huge MAG equipment turns blocks of metals into aircraft parts, using machining tolerances as small as 1/10,000 of an inch, he said.
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Baisa said AMT definitely is part of a world economy, noting that the earthquake in Japan was a reminder of how affected the company can be by world events.
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Much of the company's success, Baisa said, comes from hiring and keeping highly qualified people.
...
We're basically a collaborating supplier for all of our customers," said Baisa, calling it a practical approach that leads to a closer working relationship with customers compared to simply turning out parts and shipping them off to a factory.
Baisa said AMT is "a solution oriented company that works with customers to reduce their inventory issues, help them with a supply-based strategic procurement plan and to implement value engineering from raw materials to complete part redesigns."
Increasing cost savings for customers includes saving money by efficient use of expensive raw materials, recycling waste materials and using AMT's vision of lean manufacturing operations.
"We have two 'lean' coordinators on staff who spend all of their time specifically on designing and implementing lean manufacturing procedures that save money and improve production," Baisa said.
...
Baisa said the two neighboring companies often trade work on various aerospace components where their respective skills and capabilities offer opportunities to work together.


Making the future even brighter, the ...

www.snohomishcountybusinessjournal.com [cached]

Making the future even brighter, the company is ramping up production for all its Boeing programs to meet the aerospace giant's increasing production rates on all of its aircraft models, said Derick Baisa, AMT's business development manager. Programs outside of Boeing also are increasing their order rate, except for the Blackhawk, which continues to maintain its current production level.

"To meet the future demand for our products, our parent company, Senior Aerospace in England, has just invested $5 million to install two more MAG spindle machines, bringing our total to five," Baisa said.
The huge MAG equipment turns blocks of metals into aircraft parts, using machining tolerances as small as 1/10,000 of an inch, he said.
...
Baisa said AMT definitely is part of a world economy, noting that the earthquake in Japan was a reminder of how affected the company can be by world events.
...
Much of the company's success, Baisa said, comes from hiring and keeping highly qualified people.
...
We're basically a collaborating supplier for all of our customers," said Baisa, calling it a practical approach that leads to a closer working relationship with customers compared to simply turning out parts and shipping them off to a factory.
Baisa said AMT is "a solution oriented company that works with customers to reduce their inventory issues, help them with a supply-based strategic procurement plan and to implement value engineering from raw materials to complete part redesigns."
Increasing cost savings for customers includes saving money by efficient use of expensive raw materials, recycling waste materials and using AMT's vision of lean manufacturing operations.
"We have two 'lean' coordinators on staff who spend all of their time specifically on designing and implementing lean manufacturing procedures that save money and improve production," Baisa said.
...
Baisa said the two neighboring companies often trade work on various aerospace components where their respective skills and capabilities offer opportunities to work together.


Making the future even brighter, the ...

www.snohomishcountybusinessjournal.com [cached]

Making the future even brighter, the company is ramping up production for all its Boeing programs to meet the aerospace giant's increasing production rates on all of its aircraft models, said Derick Baisa, AMT's business development manager. Programs outside of Boeing also are increasing their order rate, except for the Blackhawk, which continues to maintain its current production level.

"To meet the future demand for our products, our parent company, Senior Aerospace in England, has just invested $5 million to install two more MAG spindle machines, bringing our total to five," Baisa said.
The huge MAG equipment turns blocks of metals into aircraft parts, using machining tolerances as small as 1/10,000 of an inch, he said.
...
Baisa said AMT definitely is part of a world economy, noting that the earthquake in Japan was a reminder of how affected the company can be by world events.
...
Much of the company's success, Baisa said, comes from hiring and keeping highly qualified people.
...
We're basically a collaborating supplier for all of our customers," said Baisa, calling it a practical approach that leads to a closer working relationship with customers compared to simply turning out parts and shipping them off to a factory.
Baisa said AMT is "a solution oriented company that works with customers to reduce their inventory issues, help them with a supply-based strategic procurement plan and to implement value engineering from raw materials to complete part redesigns."
Increasing cost savings for customers includes saving money by efficient use of expensive raw materials, recycling waste materials and using AMT's vision of lean manufacturing operations.
"We have two 'lean' coordinators on staff who spend all of their time specifically on designing and implementing lean manufacturing procedures that save money and improve production," Baisa said.
...
Baisa said the two neighboring companies often trade work on various aerospace components where their respective skills and capabilities offer opportunities to work together.

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