Senior Aerospace Weston, located in Lancashire, England, is a leading supplier of a wide range of complex precision machined components, and sub- assemblies for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs’) predominantly in the commercial aviation market sector. Our experience and core capabilities support multiple segments of an aircraft’s build, including the manufacture of engine compressor and fan components, engine pylon mounting brackets, pintles, wing ribs and associated aero-structure components. We aim to support our customers with a complete solution, including supply chain management and delivery of line-side kits where appropriate.
At Senior Aerospace Weston we are passionate about operational excellence and are an innovative leader in the manufacture of aerospace products. We strive to provide exceptional quality, cost and delivery performance, which exceeds the expectations of our carefully selected customers, by creating an organisation with the following clear values:
We expect high standards and personal accountability from the whole of our team in the way we relate to each other, our customers, our tasks and our community.
We focus on knowing our customers, then aim to tailor our service offering to exceed their expectations and requirements.
We aim to continuously develop our people and processes to maximise business performance and profitable growth by means of continuously improving our processes, team working, training, communication and safety.
Founded in 1948 as a family firm, Senior Aerospace Weston has grown into a globally competitive business with a reputation of offering the highest levels of customer service, predominantly in the Aerospace market sector. In 2011 the Company was acquired by Senior plc – a manufacturing group listed on the FTSE 250, with over 7,400 employees and operations in 14 countries. Structured in two Divisions; Flexonics and Aerospace, Senior designs, manufactures and markets high technology components and systems principally for original equipment manufacturers in the worldwide aerospace, land vehicle, energy and industrial markets. The Aerospace division has two sub-divisions, Structures and Fluid Systems. Weston forms part of the Structures sub-division.