WASILLA, Alaska — Airforms has moved to a new facility on the Wasilla Airport (PAWS) in Alaska.
Construction on the building began in early May with the pouring of the concrete pads, and the company completed the move July 17.
“This new building was engineered with efficient manufacturing as a key component of the design,” said President Lee Budde. “Our entire team had input in the manufacturing layout and flow, and has gone above and beyond through the entire process to provide seamless service to all of our customers.”
Airforms is a leading supplier of replacement engine baffles for a wide range of general aviation aircraft; products also include an expanding line of turboprop aircraft PMA parts and STCs. Airforms maintains an FAA approved manufacturing system for PMA parts, supported by an engineering department with FAA DER staff.