Nordam celebrates 40th birthday here at NBAA

NBAA Convention News » 2009
October 19, 2009, 6:08 AM

Nordam, a global aerospace company serving the business, commercial and military aviation markets, is marking more than 40 years of growth at this year’s NBAA Convention. Part of that growth comes from the wing-to-body fairings and main-landing-gear doors the company has just begun providing for Gulfstream’s G650, which are supplied by Nordam’s interiors and structures division.

Headquartered in Tulsa, Okla., Nordam’s products include integrated propulsion systems, nacelles and thrust reversers for business jets, as well as interior shells, custom cabinetry, radomes, cabin windows, wing-tip lenses and simulator screens.

“We’re proud of our heritage and proud to continue the legacy of our father and founder, Ray Siegfried, who established Nordam in 1969 on a firm foundation of quality and integrity,” said Raymond Siegfried III, Nordam vice chairman.

Siegfried attributes Nordam’s continued growth to the company’s innovative aircraft repairs, its pioneering hush-kit technology and its expanding manufacturing capabilities, as well as its customer-focused service.

Attendees here at the show are invited to drop by the company’s booth, No. 3499, to share in the celebration of Nordam’s latest milestone.

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