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PNAA's Company of the Year: Electroimpact

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Join your colleagues at a Breakfast Meeting
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 • 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Electroimpact • Mukilteo, WA

Join PNAA on Wednesday, May 7th to learn why Mukilteo-based Electroimpact was recognized as PNAA's Aerospace Company for 2013.  Hear Mechanical Engineering Lead Ben Hempstead explain what makes Electroimpact different from other aerospace companies and how they quickly grew to become one of the largest integrators of aircraft assembly lines in the world.

Electroimpact's unique engineer-driven approach to business has earned them high praise from customers including Airbus, Boeing, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Fuji Heavy Industries, Spirit Aerospace, Vought, Northrop-Grumman, Israeli Aircraft Industries, and Xi’an Aircraft of China among others.

Following the presentation you will have an opportunity to tour Electroimpact's Mukilteo facility and see first-hand what a world class integrator looks like.

Date:
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
   
Time: 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
   
Location:
Electroimpact: 4413 Chenault Beach Rd., Mukilteo, WA
   
Cost:
$50 for current paid PNAA Members
 
$75 for non-members
 
Includes breakfast
   
To register:
Click here to register (Sold Out)
  Space is limited, so early registration is recommended
  Registration closes Tuesday, May 5, 2014
   
Directions: click here

 

Ben-HempsteadAbout our Speaker:

Ben Hempstead, Mechanical Engineering Lead - Electroimpact

Ben Hempstead is a Professional Mechanical Engineer, Project Manager, and Chief of Staff at Electroimpact.  He has a BSME from the UW ’94 and has been with EI for 19 years.  During his career at EI he has been mostly involved with machines and tools for Airbus wing manufacturing.  He specializes in Catia machine design, structural analysis, and stress analysis for Boeing Tooling.  As Chief of Staff he assists EI’s owner in refining and promoting the corporate culture and reviewing and disciplining the USA employees which number approximately 500 today.