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Muskogee Technology Awarded Lean & Innovation Award at Farnborough Airshow
Muskogee Technology is honored by a tier one global aerospace supplier for its dedication to innovation and attention to detail in supply chain management in carbon composites.
GKN Aerospace announced today at the Farnborough Air Show the Lean & Innovation Award to Muskogee Technology of Atmore, Alabama. Muskogee was recognized for its innovative approach to handling the carbon composite supply chain for GKN’s Tallassee, Alabama production facility. The award is given to only one of hundreds of companies worldwide comprising the supply chain for GKN’s aerospace products.
Rob Soen, Senior Vice President Supply Chain commented: “Muskogee Technology’s dedication to innovation, attention to detail and their commitment to excellence are second to none.”
“We are honored to support GKN’s role as a leader in supplying a wide range of products to the aerospace industry”, said James T. Martin, President and CEO of Muskogee Technology. “We look forward to a continuing and mutually beneficial relationship with GKN”
GKN is a leading global tier one aerospace supplier providing high performance, high-value integrated assemblies and components for both aero structures and engine systems.
Muskogee Technology is a Native-American Indian business specializing in metal fabrication, composites and a range of other products. Muskogee is a subsidiary of the Creek Indian Enterprises Development Authority of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.
About Muskogee Technology
Muskogee Technology provides a variety of services to meet the needs of the aerospace and defense industries including composites, metal fabrication, precision machining, water jet cutting, electronics, engineering and providing electronic and electromechanical assembly and kitting service. Muskogee Technology is owned and operated by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.
About the Poarch Band of Creek Indians
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians is the only federally recognized Indian Tribe in the State of
Alabama. It is a sovereign nation, with its own system of government and jurisdiction.