At the Aviator Hotel during The Farnborough Air Show we recognised excellence and innovation within our supply chain.
Middlesex Group, a UK based, market leading global engineering and strategic manufacturing company today rebranded as Middlesex Aerospace for a clearer and more focused identity in the aerospace sector.
The new company name was unveiled at the Middlesex 2016 Delivering Excellence Awards ceremony held in the Aviator hotel during The Farnborough Airshow. The awards ceremony recognised excellence and innovation within the supply chain and was attended by clients and suppliers alike.
“We work closely with our suppliers to achieve the most strategic and innovative solutions resulting in the most strategic and beneficial route for all involved. We have grown to become the global partner for aerospace engineering combining our core capabilities and supply chain expertise. It is great to recognise this today.” said Laurence Foulds, Middlesex Aerospace Managing Director.
The company name change defines key focus areas for Middlesex Aerospace
- Innovation A key element of our strategy is to differentiate ourselves through technology, finding new, innovative solutions and ways of working that help our customers stay ahead and enable us to maintain our competitive edge.
- Integration Middlesex Aerospace is focused on the pursuit of sustainable, effective and agile operations. We understand the value of integration across function, department and process. Extending across the supply chain ensures that all suppliers are able to benefit from increased efficiencies, speeding provision and responsiveness.
- Global Supply Middlesex Aerospace have invested in processes, tools and resources to achieve efficiency and effectiveness through their supply chains. Migrating to an integrated planning approach with the objective of increased service levels, responsiveness and on-time full delivery while judiciously balancing working capital needs
Laurence Foulds also commented “Middlesex Group has been selected and is currently working with the government-funded Sharing in Growth (SiG) programme. SiG’s four year transformation programmes are designed to deliver and sustain improvements so that UK firms are better placed to compete for the continuing huge growth in the aerospace sector”.
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