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Bringing our world-renowned manufacturing precision and accuracy to new fronts.

AN INDUSTRY LEADER FOR OVER 75 YEARS

Since 1943, MSP Manufacturing (formerly MSP Aviation)  has designed and manufactured precision-machined products for the avionics, aerospace and military defense industries behind a worldwide-leading reputation for excellence. Virtually every commercial, corporate, cargo and military aircraft flying the skies today includes our parts, manufactured in Bloomington, IN. Industry titans including Boeing, Curtiss-Wright, Bell Helicopter, Cessna, Gulfstream, Honeywell and more of the world’s biggest, most-trusted names in aviation all partner with us for products including avionics mounts, metal cases, boxes, enclosures, a proprietary cooling duct system, bezels, latches, switch guards and other custom components.

We are now broadening our services with six new divisions, providing expertise and capabilities to new industries. These divisions include:

Our Commitment

At MSP, pride is the motivator for our employees. Our pride is exemplified in the quality and detail in every product we manufacture. This quality and attention to detail is a commitment of every MSP employee. High quality, along with rigid standards, ensures customer satisfaction with products that meet and exceed expectations.

View our Quality Management System Flow Chart (F7.4.2 Supplier Requirements). As always, customer satisfaction is our primary focus. MSP Manufacturing is: ISO 9001:2015 Certified, AS9100D Certified and FAA Certified and offers a one year warranty from date of order for all defective products including, but not limited to, material and workmanship. You can download a copy of our MSP Registration here.

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ETHICS & COMPLIANCE

Policy Statement Regarding Human Trafficking and Slavery

MSP Manufacturing has a zero-tolerance policy prohibiting trafficking in persons in accordance with FAR 52.222-50 Combating Trafficking in persons and FAR 52.222.56. This includes but is not limited to, the following trafficking-related activities:

• Engaging in any form of human trafficking where travel is arranged or facilitated for any persons with a view to exploiting them;

• Procuring commercial sex acts in the performance of any work;

• Using forced labor in the performance of any work or coercing any persons to perform work or activities under threat of penalty;

• Destroying, concealing, confiscating, or otherwise denying access by an employee to the employee’s identity or immigration documents, such as passports or drivers’ licenses, regardless of issuing authority;

• Using misleading or fraudulent practices during the recruitment of candidates/employees or offering of employment;

• Using recruiters that do not comply with local labor laws of the country in which the recruiting takes place;

• Charging applicants/candidates/employees recruitment fees;

• Failing to provide return transportation or pay for the cost of return transportation upon the end of employment, for an employee who is not a national of the country in which the work is taking place and who was brought into that country for the purpose of working on a U.S. Government contract or subcontract (for portions of contracts performed outside the United States), unless the employee is legally permitted to remain in the country of employment and chooses to do so, or if an appropriate agency has exempted this requirement;

• Failing to provide return transportation or pay for the cost of return transportation upon the end of employment, for an employee who is not a United States national and who was brought into the United States for the purpose of working on a U.S. Government contract or subcontract, if the payment of such costs is required under existing temporary worker programs or pursuant to a written agreement with the employee (for portions of contracts performed inside the United States), unless the employee is legally permitted to remain in the country of employment and chooses to do so, or if an appropriate agency has exempted this requirement;

• Providing or arranging housing that fails to meet the host country housing and safety standards; and

• If required by law or contracts, failing to provide an employment contract, recruitment agreement, or other required work document in writing and in a language the employee understands.

MSP Manufacturing does not and will not permit its employees, subcontractors, vendors, suppliers, or other entities doing business with MSP Manufacturing to engage in any form of human trafficking and the above activities.

MSP Manufacturing prohibits retaliation against anyone who files a complaint or reports a suspected violation of this policy. An employee or other party who violates this policy will be subject to appropriate discipline by MSP Manufacturing, including, but not limited to, disclosure of the violation to government officials, when required by law or contract, and termination.

Any suspected violation should be reported immediately to Human Resources at MSP Aviation 812-333-6100 or report violations by contacting the Global Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-844888-FREE or help@befree.org or the Department of Defense at www.dodig.mil/hotline/ or toll free at 800- 424-9098.