A commitment to quality

Belforte, David A.; Belleville, Laureen J.
November 2005
Industrial Laser Solutions;Nov2005, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p29
The article profiles Aero Manufacturing Inc., a family-owned company specializing in fabrication and machining of precision parts for power generation in the aircraft supplies industry in the U.S. The company had its beginnings in 1971 when Salvador and Mike Fonzo and three other partners started the business in Danvers, Massachusetts, with 18 employees.


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