PCX Aerostructures, LLC Donates $2,000 to Local Food Bank

For Immediate Release:

December 14, 2015

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Trevor Hartman

Vice President – Sales & Marketing


Newington, Connecticut: PCX Aerostructures is pleased to announce that on Monday, December 14, 2015 PCX Aerostructures, LLC presented a check in the amount of $2000.00 to the Newington Food Bank, a service available to local residents facing financial hardship who fall below the 200% poverty guideline.  The Food Bank is operated by the Town of Newington Department of Human Services, offering social, emotional and economic support to local residents in need.

Mr. Alan L. Haase, President and Chief Executive Officer, presented the check to Karen Futoma, Human Services Director, and Carol Labrecque, Human Services Coordinator.  This year’s charity was selected with community support in mind – a means of giving back locally.  Both PCX employees as well as the I. U. E. / C. W. A. Local 81266 contributed generously.

“We are proud to support the Food Bank in its efforts to provide assistance to local families in our community”, said Alan L Haase, President and Chief Executive Officer of PCX Aerostructures.  “It’s especially important this time of year to open our hearts, reach out and give a helping hand to those in need.”

PCX Aerostructures is a world class supplier of highly engineered, precision, flight critical and structural assemblies for rotorcraft and fixed wing aerospace platforms.  The company serves both the defense and commercial markets as well as the power generation industry. PCX focuses on producing complex parts machined from hard alloys such as titanium, Inconel and steel – where tight tolerances and quality are imperative.  The company also remains a premier manufacturer of large structural airframe assemblies, providing direct delivery of components and large assemblies to customers such as Airbus, Boeing, General Electric Aircraft Engines, Bell Helicopter, Sikorsky and Triumph Aerostructures.

The company has additional manufacturing facilities in Ronkonkoma, NY, Farmingdale, NY, and Mansfield, TX.

To learn more please visit www.pcxaero.com.