AirBorn makes it's first acquisition, adding automated stamping to our capabilities
A Technical Assistance Agreement was established with Texas Instruments, authorizing them to manufacture AirBorn connector designs and, thereby, allowing AirBorn products to enter the military market.
The W-Series was qualified to meet MIL-C-55302 for military applications.
M-Series and R-Series were qualified for MIL-C -83513 and MIL-C-55302, respectively.
Addison, Winnsboro and Georgetown plants became ISO 9001 certified.
AirBorn goes international, opening an office in the U.K.
AirBorn acquires CARON Enterprises in Lake City, PA specializing in EMI/EMC electronic filtering solutions.
The Nano product line was introduced, establishing our Phoenix, AZ location.
Six Sigma and Six Sigma Lean initiatives were launched throughout the company.
High-speed products were released
Acquired Central Minnesota Tool in Little Falls, MN and StrataFlex (now AirBorn Flexible Circuits, Inc.
) in Toronto, Canada
Acquired AESCO in Akron, OH which is now known as AirBorn Electronics, Inc.