About L&P Aerospace

L&P Aerospace creates engineered components and assemblies for use in the aerospace, automotive, energy, medical, and research industries. We can be your strategic partner to provide you with finished products that meet your exact specifications.

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Our Company

Our components are made with high-performance materials, like nickel alloys, titanium, and stainless steel alloys, to withstand high and low temperatures, heavy air and water pressure, and corrosive chemicals. These materials are formed into tube and duct assemblies with expertise and precision, and can fit any requirements in size, wall thickness, and seam welding.

L&P Aerospace is a designated growth organization within Leggett & Platt, a global manufacturer of engineered components. We utilize the strength and size of Leggett to lower program risk and increase support with a long-term perspective. With locations across Europe and the United States, L&P Aerospace maintains consistent global reach with regional support close to customers.

Our Mission & Vision

At Leggett & Platt, our mission is to create innovative products that enhance people’s lives, generate exceptional returns for our shareholders, and provide sought-after jobs in communities around the world.

We enhance people’s lives worldwide by designing and manufacturing innovative, distinctive products and components for use in bedding, furniture, seating, homes, offices, airplanes, and automobiles. We efficiently turn ordinary materials into extraordinary products, strive to generate Total Shareholder Return for our stockholders, and provide employment opportunities for people in communities around the world. Over time, the company will grow and prosper as we expand or obtain positions in attractive markets, develop inventive proprietary products, and continuously improve production and distribution efficiency.

We flow the following values down to our supplier partners:

  • Product/service conformity
  • Product Safety
  • The significance of ethical behavior