HM Dunn Aerosystems relocates to Wichita, Kansas

HM Dunn Aerosystems, Inc. has announced it has relocated from Forth Worth, Texas to Wichita, Kansas, the company said.

Over the past 24 months, the company has diversified its business from 30% defense and other industrial to 65% defense and other industrial; consolidated from five sites to three sites and relocated its company offices. The company is now headquartered in Wichita, KS where it has two manufacturing sites. The company also operates an aerospace parts processing and bonding facility in Oklahoma.

The company is currently expanding its West Wichita facility that will be the future home for its new North American Low Cost Aerospace Machining partnership (NALCAM).

HM Dunn produces aerospace parts and assemblies for Lockheed Martin´s F-35, F-16, C-130 and P-3 programs; Boeing´s KC-46, B-52, KC-135, F-15 and F-18 programs; Gulfstream´s G550, G500, G600; and other select defense and industrial programs. The company also produces parts and assemblies for both Boeing and Airbus commercial programs.

H.M. Dunn Aerosystems, Inc., is a manufacturer of engineered aerospace structural components and assemblies with operations in Kansas and Oklahoma.