http://www.ducommun.com

Ducommun, Inc.

About Ducommun, Inc.

Ducommun is a global provider of manufacturing and engineering services, developing innovative electronic, engineered and structural solutions for complex applications in aerospace, defense and industrial markets. Our full-service collaborative approach, broad capabilities and value-added services like new product introduction, supply chain strategies and program management deliver value for our customers and innovative solutions for their complex electronic and structural needs.

Ducommun is headquartered in Santa Ana, CA with performance centers across the United States:

Appleton, WI
2222 East Pensar Drive
Appleton, Wisconsin 54911
(920) 739-4355

Berryville, AR
810 Champlin Avenue
Berryville, Arkansas 72616
(870) 423-6936

Huntsville, AR
403 LaBarge Avenue
Huntsville, Arkansas 72740
(479) 738-2191

Joplin, MO
1505 Maiden Lane
Joplin, Missouri 64801
(417) 781-3200

Tulsa, OK
11616 East 51st Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74146
(918) 459-2200
Engineered Products

Carson, CA
23301 Wilmington Avenue
Carson, CA 90745
(310) 513-7200

Certified Thermoplastics
26381 Ferry Ct.
Santa Clarita, CA 91350
(661) 222-3006

Lightning Diversion Systems
16572 Burke Lane
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
(714) 841-1080

Coxsackie, NY
171 Stacey Road
Coxsackie, NY 12051
(518) 731-4600

El Mirage, CA
4001 El Mirage Road
Adelanto, CA 92301
(760) 246-4191

Gardena, CA
268 E. Gardena Blvd
Gardena, CA 90248
(310) 380-5390

Monrovia, CA
801 Royal Oaks Drive
Monrovia, CA 91016
(626) 358-3211

Nobles Worldwide
1105 E. Pine Street
St. Croix Falls, WI 54024
(715) 483-3079

Orange, CA
1885 N. Batavia Street
Orange, CA 92865
(714) 637-4401

Parsons, KS
3333 Main Street
Parsons, KS 67357
(620) 421-3400
Corporate Headquarters

Reviews

Aerospace Engineering Intern

May 2019 - July 2019 Coxsackie, NY
“I liked the ability to try different things”

Manufacturing Engineering Intern

June 2018 - August 2018 Coxsackie, NY
“I enjoyed the hands-on role that manufacturing engineering provided me. I was on the shop floor and had many interactions with the machinists and assemblers who were creating and building the aerospace components.”
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