6/7/2019

Noble Aerospace Now Parent Company of Embee, All Metals

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Embee Processing and All Metals Processing were named Products Finishing Top Shops in 2019, and have become leaders in the aerospace finishing industry.

 

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Noble Aerospace is the new parent company of both Embee Processing and All Metals Processing of Orange County, California. Both shops were named Products Finishing Top Shops in 2019, and have become leaders in the aerospace finishing industry.

“Our goal at Noble Aerospace is to set the gold standard in the U.S. aerospace metal finishing industry in employee safety, environmental stewardship, product quality and customer service,” says Michael Coburn, CEO of Noble Aerospace. All Metals Processing Holdings was formerly the parent of both facilities.

In addition, Noble Aerospace appointed Brad Morton to its board of directors. Morton has spent his entire career in the U.S. aerospace industry with senior executive roles at AlliedSignal, Honeywell and Eaton, where he was most recently company president.

“I am excited to be a part of this effort to grow Noble by consistently exceeding customer expectations,” he says. “Noble Aerospace is bringing a professional, innovative approach to metal finishing which is being recognized by some of the largest and most sophisticated customers in the country.”

Visit nobleaero.com.

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