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Cadence Aerospace, LLC
3150 Miraloma Ave
Anaheim, CA 92806-1906
Cadence Aerospace, LLC
Limited Liability Company(LLC)
3150 Miraloma Ave Anaheim, CA 92806-1906
Cadence Aerospace, LLC is a premier aircraft manufacturing company located in Anaheim, CA. The company has been around since 1995 and currently employs over 500 people. Cadence Aerospace provides innovative design, engineering, and manufacturing services for aerospace products.Cadence Aerospace specializes in nacelle assemblies and other components such as thrust reversers, exhaust systems, engine mounts and frames for both commercial airlines as well as military aircrafts. They also provide integrated aerostructures design-build services that allow them to provide their customers with complete turnkey solutions from concept through production launch. In addition to these core services the company is also able to offer additional capabilities such as electro-mechanical assembly and testing of fuel system components including tanks & pumps. The team at Cadence Aerospace is focused on delivering superior quality products while providing exceptional customer service throughout all aspects of the process from concept to completion. The company follows strict ISO 9001:2015 guidelines that ensure every product meets required standards for safety & reliability which helps protect their most important asset -their customers’ trust!
During round 1 of the paycheck protection program, Cadence Aerospace, LLC requested a PPP loan for $10,000,000.00. They were approved on 4/14/2020 by the SBA for an amount of $10,000,000.00. The loan was facillitated by Landmark National Bank. Of the approved amount, Cadence Aerospace, LLC has received 100% of the approved amount.
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