Aerospace Composites Malaysia Sdn Bhd. (ACM), supplier of composite products and subassemblies to the global aerospace industry, is a strategic alliance between U.S. joint venture partners The Boeing Company and Hexcel Corporation.
Established in 1996, the joint venture is based in Bukit Kayu Hitam, Kedah, Malaysia. The USD $32 million ACM plant was officially opened by Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad in September 2002. During the time ACM is a joint-venture between four companies, Boeing, Hexcel, Sime Darby and Naluri
In 2005, ACM became the world’s sole producer of aileron composites for the Next-Generation 737 commercial jetliner. Before producing ailerons, ACM was the sole producer and distributor of the fixed trailing-edge composite and fixed leading-edge composite for the Boeing 737, 747, 757, 767 and 777 commercial airplane models.
In 2008, Boeing selected ACM to provide the elevator and rudder machined honeycomb core for the 777.
In November 2013, ACM celebrated a 40 percent expansion to support increased production by Boeing Commercial Airplanes. The USD $17 million investment allows ACM to continue expanding production of composite flight surfaces for all Boeing airplane programs, including the 787 Dreamliner.
Between 2017 – 2018, ACM onboarded 10 new programs including 737 MAX Winglet and new 777X work, including composite fixed trailing edge panels and empennage panels , In May of 2020, ACM was recognized as Global Industrial Champion in safety performance, achieving 7 years of no lost time due to injuries.
Ahmad Shahabudin Jaafar
Engineering & Operations
Sales & Program Management
Safety does not happen by chance. It takes dedication, perseverance, a commitment to excellence and the brightest people in their fields working towards a singular goal.
Aerospace Composites Malaysia (ACM) declares that our employees are the most valuable assets, therefore we are fully committed to protect them by establishing a safe and healthy work environment and to ensure that our activities do not cause any adverse effect to the environment.
In upholding this standard, ACM requests full co-operation and commitment of all its employees, contractors, visitors and business partners to contribute and participate in all of the Environment, Health and Safety related activities.
As of November 2020,
we have worked for
15 million man hours
with 1 Lost Time Injury
Aerospace industry customers expect and demand that quality systems employed by manufacturers assure that products are safe and reliable, perform as intended and operate normally when maintained in accordance with industry standards and customer requirements.
Quality is……“Our Legacy and our Future”