Vista Metals Receives Placement on The National Air and Space Museum’s Wall of Honor

Vista Metals receives spot on the prominent National Air and Space Museum’s Wall of Honor.

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Wall of Honor

The companies were recognized for their private donation to the museum and their commitment to preserving aviation history.

Fontana, CA (PRWEB) October 22, 2013

Vista Metals Corp. and Vista Metals Georgia will soon be permanently inscribed into history on The National Air and Space Museum’s Wall of Honor. The companies were recognized for their private donation to the museum and their commitment to preserving aviation history. They are the world’s largest independent producers of specialty aluminum products.

Donations to the Wall of Honor help to preserve the world’s largest and most historic collection of air and space artifacts. The National Air and Space Museum's Wall of Honor is a permanent memorial at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, VA recognizing those with a passion for flight. It is the only national museum dedicated to honoring the pioneers of flight. To learn more about the museum, visit http://airandspace.si.edu/.

About the Companies
Vista Metals Corp., Vista Metals Georgia, and Vista Progressive Metals are the largest global independent producers of specialty aluminum products. Vista Metals Corp. is located in Fontana, California and Vista Metals Georgia and Vista Progressive Metals are located in Adairsville, Georgia. The companies produce aluminum billet for the hard and soft alloy extrusion industry, cast and scalped billet for the forging industry, slab for rolling applications, precision tooling plate, and mold plate products. Visit: http://www.vistametals.com.