Composites Universal Group floating new jobs in Scappoose
SCAPPAPOOSE, Ore. — Thanks to a new contract, composites fabrication company Composites Universal Group is expanding its workforce in Scappapoose. The company will work with Kenmore, Washington-based Kenmore Air Harbor to manufacture carbon-fiber floats to retrofit 100 Chinese aircraft into seaplanes
Kenmore Air Harbor landed the $40 million contract from Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) to design, certify and manufacture the pontoon floats to convert the airplanes. A Kenmore affiliate will oversee the certification and engineering services firm TLG Aerospace in Seattle will design the aircraft modifications and process certification of the parts. Combined, the project will create about 20 jobs in Washington and Oregon.
Source: Seattle Times