Hyderabad-based Azad Engineering has delivered its first consignment of National Aerospace Standard (NAS) parts to the US airframer Boeing.
The consignment carried critical and unique aerospace components required for multiple Boeing aircraft. The company secured a contract from Boeing for the supply of these parts in September 2021.
Ashwani Bhargava, Senior Director, Supply Chain, Boeing India, said, “We congratulate Azad Engineering on completing the first consignment of National Aerospace Standard parts for us. It is yet another demonstration of the company’s global manufacturing capability – this truly is Make in India for the world.”
Rakesh Chopdar, Founder and Managing Director, Azad Engineering, said, “The breakthrough is the direct result of fastidious planning, rigorous production and smart supply-chain management.
The company plans to cater further to emerging Indian defence and space needs and is all set to launch an additional manufacturing unit in Hyderabad that will feature dedicated working plants.
Established in 2008, Azad Engineering has emerged as a leading manufacturer of highly engineered complex precision parts for aerospace, clean energy, defence, Oil & Gas and SPS OEMs. The company has established a centre of excellence in manufacturing turbine blades and has positioned itself as a technology-driven, innovative company with a manufacturing facility which meets quality standards for global OEMs.