Washington State is an important hub for the aerospace industry, and Impact Washington plays a central role in helping manufacturers meet the ever-growing needs of aerospace customers. From supply chain consulting to lean manufacturing principles, our experts provide real, proven solutions to increase efficiency, meet and surpass supplier guidelines, and solve major business challenges.

When you partner with Impact Washington, you leverage decades of manufacturing consulting experience and a deep network of tools and resources. Our lean training and implementation programs are designed to establish the foundation for a sustainable lean culture. Project managers work in concert with you to achieve goals and develop skills and processes within your organization for long-term success. Read more about how Impact Washington helps the state’s aerospace manufacturing industry below.

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New Aerospace Supply Chain Quality Management Requirements

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Preventing Counterfeit Products in the Aerospace Supply Chain

Guest blog post by Marcia Buser and Tristan Buser-Molatore   In our last blog post, we reported on the new requirements to consider human factors when addressing nonconformances as presented at the American Aerospace Quality Group aerospace auditors workshop held July 21 and 22. In […]

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