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Aerometals supports four main sectors of the aerospace industry: commercial helicopter platforms, U.S. military contracts, foreign military sales, and OEM airframers.


As a business that holds more than 300 FAA certified PMAs (Parts Manufacturing Approvals), the company’s best known for its support of the global MD 500 fleet with aftermarket parts. Recently, through the acquisition of FDC/Aerofilter, the company also has become a power player in the design, certification, and manufacturing of inlet barrier filters for many different helicopter models.


At every opportunity to stretch beyond its core strength as an aftermarket parts manufacturer, Aerometals has risen to the occasion, which in turn has created new growth and capability.


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On the domestic military side of the business, as the company expanded its capabilities it was able to earn business from Uncle Sam. As a trusted provider of parts and services to the U.S. military, Aerometals now services approximately 800 military contracts per year that make up 35 percent of its annual revenue.


“One of the keys to our success is that we do a lot of little things well,” Kamphefner explained. “By contrast to companies who have one home-run product, we don’t really hit home runs. We get to first base – a lot. Little jobs done right, the paperwork’s good, complying with all regulations; doing that over and over again has been our real forte.”


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