October 24, 2001
MICHIGAN AEROSPACE HAS A NEW ADDRESS
Michigan Aerospace Corporation is pleased to announce the expansion
of its Ann Arbor based facilities. The move was prompted by increased
sales and anticipated growth in each of the companys core business
sectors. The new facilities will include significantly more laboratory
space, fabrication and assembly areas, as well as offices to accommodate
new staff. As a result of this new growth, Michigan Aerospace is seeking
key personnel for engineering and administrative positions. Please see
the Employment Opportunities section of our website for more information
and note our new address: 1777 Highland Dr, Suite
B, Ann Arbor, MI 48108. All present and potential clients are
invited for a tour of the new facilities.
October 18, 2001
AS9100 CERTIFICATION INITIATED
To ensure continued improvement in quality and customer satisfaction, Michigan Aerospace is embarking on ISO9000 and AS9100 Certification. As a direct result of improving operational efficiency, quality, and customer satisfaction, Michigan Aerospace anticipates that certification will lead to further growth in each of the companys current business sectors and open the door to new business opportunities as well. If you are seeking an AS9100 Certified company for your engineering needs, please contact the Michigan Aerospace sales department: firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 15, 2001
NEW MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE ACCOMPANIES OUR CORPORATE-WIDE GROWTH
In response to an increase in corporate growth and emerging business opportunities, a new management structure has been implemented at Michigan Aerospace Corporation. Carl A. Nardell, formerly Vice President and Chief Engineer, has been appointed to the position the Chief Executive Officer and will be responsible for all financial and engineering operations. Peter Tchoryk, formerly Director of Business Development, will now serve as the Executive Vice President and will be responsible for all business development, marketing and personnel. Paul Hays will continue to serve as the President of Michigan Aerospace Corporation. Lennard A. Fisk (former NASA Associate Administrator for Space Science and Applications and formerly CEO of Michigan Aerospace Corporation) will become the Chairman of the Board of Directors.
August 28, 2001
MICHIGAN AEROSPACE CORPORATION WILL BE FEATURED AT THE AIAA SPACE 2001 CONFERENCE AND EXPOSITION
Visit our booth at the AIAA Space 2001 Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico on August 28-30, 2001. Learn about our space heritage, and our current leadership in space mechanisms and instruments.
June 24, 2001
MICHIGAN AEROSPACE CORPORATION PARTICIPATES IN THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY RELAY FOR LIFE
Michigan Aerospace Corporation sponsored a relay team and raised capital to support the American Cancer Society's fight against cancer. The team publically raised the level of cancer awarness, and honored those who have battled cancer. Michigan Aerospace Corporation desires to give back to the community and to help raise the standard of life for everyone.
June 8, 2001
MICHIGAN AEROSPACE TO PROVIDE SPACE-GRADE ETALON
Michigan Aerospace Corporation was selected to provide a protoflight
piezo electrically tuned etalon and control electronics for the upcoming
PICASSO/CENA space LIDAR mission. To learn more about the PICASSO/CENA
mission go to www.earth.nasa.gov/missions/ref_web/mpicasso.htm
May 23, 2001
MICHIGAN AEROSPACE IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT IT HAS BEEN AWARDED A PHASE I SBIR FROM THE AIR FORCE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTIFUNCTION WIND MEASUREMENT SENSOR FOR A REUSABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE (RLV)
Michigan Aerospace will design a multifunction sensor to provide near and far field air data products. This sensor is intended for use in a reusable launch vehicle such as the Air Force Space Maneuver Vehicle (SMV) program.
May 1, 2001
MICHIGAN AEROSPACE EXPANDS INTO A SECOND FACILITY
Michigan Aerospace Corporation expanded into a second facility on May 1, 2001. This expansion comes as the result of diversification and record sales. Administration, analysts and marketing will remain in the present facility. Research, engineering and manufacturing activities have moved to the new facility. This facility includes 7,000 square feet with new laboratories and a class 10,000 clean room. All present and potential clients are invited for a tour of the new facilities.
January 23, 2001
MICHIGAN AEROSPACE WILL BE FEATURED AT THE SPIE PHOTONICS WEST MEETING
TECOptics will be featuring Michigan Aerospace Corporation Fabry-Perot etalon and nanopositioning products at the SPIE Photonics West meeting in San Jose, CA from January 23 - 25, 2001.