Sidney, N.Y. -- Amphenol Aerospace has been released from the "Stop Shipment" restriction imposed on all military specification MIL-DTL-38999 Series I, II, III connectors. Additional Mil-Spec connector series are being released from "Stop Shipment" as approved.
Changes in industry standards emphasizing zero-defect component manufacturing and more rigorous change controls were major precursors to the restrictions put on Amphenol Aerospace. As a result, Amphenol Aerospace is pioneering these industry changes and working with the standards community on additional changes.
What are some of the changes Amphenol Aerospace has made under its corrective action plan? Which standards community is it working with? When will its distribution partners start to receive product in the pipeline?
"It's difficult for any manufacturer to be placed on a 'Stop Shipment' restriction," said Ryan Fisher, Amphenol Aerospace's General Manager. "However, we feel that succeeding through this rigorous process and working intimately with the standards community, will only strengthen our position in the military and aerospace industry as the interconnect leader," said Fisher. "Our rapid response to the situation has led to practices and policies within Amphenol Aerospace that, I believe, will result in industry-leading supply and process controls over our mil-spec product. Our customers and distribution partners will greatly benefit from these changes.
For more information, contact Amphenol Aerospace or visit www.amphenol-aerospace.com.
About Amphenol Aerospace
Amphenol Aerospace, a Division of Amphenol Corporation, is one of the largest manufacturers of interconnect products in the world for the military and aerospace markets. Amphenol designs, manufactures, and markets cylindrical and rectangular, electronic, fiber optic, EMI/EMP filter, and a variety of special applications connectors and interconnect systems.
Our manufacturing facilities, located in Sidney, NY, house approximately 1,000 employees. The facilities incorporate state-of-the-art manufacturing technologies including: CNC machining, die-casting, molding, impact and extruding, plating, screw machining and process controls.
Amphenol Aerospace is a division of Amphenol Corporation, which is headquartered in Wallingford, CT. Amphenol Corporation is one of the largest manufacturers of interconnect products in the world, with 2015 sales topping $5.6 billion.