Aero Metals Alliance (AMA) provides Aluminium, Stainless Steel, Alloy Steel, Titanium, Nickel Alloys and supply chain management services to the world’s leading aerospace companies. We currently operate from fourteen Service Centres in five countries throughout the America, Europe and Asia.
We are able to offer a wide range of materials from British, American and German specifications to customer specific grades such as MSRR (Rolls Royce) and ABS/AIMS (Airbus/GKN) and many others.
Aluminium Plate, Sheet, Bar and Tube
Carbon & Alloy Steels
Copper, Brass and Bronze
Steel Plate, Sheet, Bar and Tube
Titanium Plate, Sheet, Bar and Tube
AMA will pro-actively look to provide genuine cost reduction solutions that can enhance profitability for our customers as well as our own businesses.
Direct to Line deliveries
Consignment stock at point of use
Electronic document delivery
EDI Customer Portals
Returnable packing solutions
Engineered revert revenue streams
2D Data Matrix Part Marking
Continuous improvement collaboration
Management of "engineered revert"
Products and services
AMA has a de-centralised organisational structure allowing daily operations and decision making to take place locally. This empowers our partners and employees to demonstrate the knowledge and experience they have gained and implement their own ideas.
Our structure is also in place to encourage growth and expansion. The structure is supported by knowledgeable marketing, sales and purchasing teams which enables the Alliance to react quickly and focus on our customers.
With strategically placed Service Centres in the UK, France, Germany, the United States, China and India, we offer total supply chain management systems tailored to our customers Aerospace and Defence needs.
Online quoting, expediting and order tracking
Each of our sites is equipped with the latest technology to meet the specific needs of each of our customers. Just some of the services available to our Aerospace and Defence customers include:
Water jet cutting
Heat treating or re-tempering
Machining to 'Near Net Shape'