Leading aerospace design, engineering, and manufacturing business, Sylatech has announced a new milestone in expanding its business in the U.S. by opening a facility at Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania, operated by Diplex Inc.
Sylatech North America takes forward the next generation of development for the company, having had experience working with prime customers for several years.
Robert Lowther, Sylatech’s Sales Director, said: “The establishment of Sylatech North America demonstrates our firm ambition to grow our sales in this key territory.
“Sylatech has worked with prime customers in the USA, including Collins Aerospace and Honeywell Aerospace, for many years, and we see significant market opportunities in the aerospace, defense, and space sectors for our antennas, waveguide subsystems, and assemblies.”
With a heritage spanning 59 years in delivering precision custom engineering solutions for our customers, Sylatech’s service offering spans two core technologies:
R.F. and Microwave – custom design and manufacture of microwave systems, subsystems, assemblies, and components
Investment Casting Foundry – manufacturing precision metal parts through lost wax investment casting.
Joe D’Agostino, Vice President of Diplex, commented, “We are excited and proud to be part of Sylatech’s North American growth and expansion plans. Establishing a Sylatech presence in North America, providing first-level technical support, and stocking products will improve customer service and provide a foundation for growth for Sylatech. Providing services on behalf of Sylatech in North America aligns well with Diplex’s distribution and marketing services”.
As a beneficiary of the leading aerospace change program, Sharing in Growth, Sylatech is undertaking a business transformation program to achieve profitable growth and drive Sylatech towards ‘world-class’ operations and performance.
The Sylatech team works alongside Sharing in Growth’s highly experienced coaches, sharing their industry expertise across several disciplines, including leadership, strategy, culture, lean manufacturing, and business development.