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Wayne Ferrell's practice focuses primarily on aviation, personal injury and business tort law. He has extensive experience in aviation mass tort litigation, products liability, eminent domain, toxic tort, bad faith, workers compensation, premises liability and trademark, copyright and unfair competition law. He represents both individual and business clients.
Built in 1896 along Hubbard Street as a machine shop for the Railway Steel Spring Company factor located across the street which made locomotive and car wheel tires, as well as other components. The shop was later taken over by the Wayne Foundry & Stamping Company in 1939, which specialized in automotive, aerospace, and heavy transportation products. A foundry was added onto the east side of the plant around this time. The company closed in 2005, and the building has been vacant since.
Waypoint Aeronautical provides design, manufacturing and certification support for large transport category aircraft systems and components. Our team of highly experienced engineers, DERs and DARs can handle a full range of projects, from engineering new solutions (STCs, PMAs, TSOs), to repairs and modifications of existing systems. Our customers benefit from our teamâs decades of experience certifying projects with the FAA, EASA, CAAC, Canadian MOT, ANAC and other government entities worldwide. Waypoint has offices in both the US (FAA) and UK (EASA).
Waypoint is composed of a group of highly experienced aviation professionals, led by industry veterans who offer clients access to their extensive experience in Boeing, Global Express, Gulfstream, Challenger, Bombardier, Falcon and Hawker aircraft types. Combined, the organization has decades of hands-on experience in the global arena of business aviation.
At Waytek, we're engineered to do whatever it takes to deliver whatever you need, or as we put it - Wired to Serve. Let us be your warehouse, so you can save on inventory costs while accessing a wide variety of electrical components from manufacturers known for premier quality. Our inventory runs deep, and we're always ready to ship so you can keep your project on track.
WBB is a company of many talents and vast experience spanning the life cycle of acquisition and program support, capabilities development and analysis, mission performance, technology, and engineering. Every team working with our clients is backed by the strength and resources of the entire company - powerful reach-back support across all corporate skill sets - resulting in a higher quality, dynamic solution.
WD-40 Company is a global marketing organization dedicated to creating positive lasting memories by developing and selling products which solve problems in workshops, factories and homes around the world. Our products are found under the sink, in the garage and in toolboxes of loyal fans in more than 176 countries around the world.
Wear-Cote® International Inc. Nickel plating company have exclusively specialized in this complex chemical reduction process for over 30 years.
We supply a full range of services, and considered as the leading edge. Being one of the largest U.S. job shop applicators, we guarantee competitive costing, Specification Quality Assurance, rapid turn-around and consistent deposit metallurgy.
Wear-Cote® International Inc. is a leader in the industry, we also hold many of the original nickel plating Patents that set the standards in this industry.
At Webber Manufacturing custom built is our normal mode. Everything we build is engineered to the customer’s specifications. Every piece of equipment we build has a unique purpose and control set. So, for us, it’s all custom. If you do not see the exact piece of equipment that you seek here, tell us what you want, and we’ll build it for you. Although your application may be custom, chances are we’ve done something very similar for another customer.
In 1887, Weckworth Manufacturing, Inc. was established when the Langdon Manufacturing Co. merged with a Cut ‘N Sew company. In the following decades, Weckworth grew rapidly to become a leader in the contract sewing industry. In September 1993, Weckworth was acquired by Bob Hoffmann.
We are a contract sewing manufacturer with over 250 industrial sewing machines (single needles, double needles, box “X’s”, bar tackers, programmables), and several Radio Frequency Hot Wedge, and Hot Air Fabric Welders.
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