HM Dunn AeroSystems to retain employees impacted by suspension of 737 MAX production

HM Dunn AeroSystems, Inc. has announced it will provide alternate assignments for team members impacted by the temporary suspension of Boeing Commercial Airplanes´ and Spirit AeroSystems´ 737 MAX production, the company said.

The company plans to provide people alternative assignments on other airplane programs where practical. Those programs include the Boeing 777, 777-X, KC-46A Tanker, B-52, F-15, F-18; Lockheed Martin F-35, F-16, C-130, and CH-53K; Airbus A320; and Gulfstream´s newest business jets, the G500/600.

The company will use this opportunity to increase volunteer support to the communities where it does business. It is staying positive and focused on its people, its communities and its customers.

HM Dunn AeroSystems, Inc. is a manufacturer of aerospace structural components and assemblies with operations in Kansas, Texas, and Oklahoma. The company´s capabilities include high-speed CNC machining, bonding, chemical milling, and finishing. The company specializes in small, medium and large-scale aircraft assemblies of varying complexity for the global commercial aerospace and defense industry.