AZAD Engineering delivers first shipment of National Aerospace Standard (NAS) parts to Boeing . AZAD has established a near-flawless production system by putting a lot of emphasis on cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art facilities .
New Delhi, India, November 25 (GPRC): Azad Engineering, a leading manufacturer of highly engineered complex precision parts for Aerospace, Clean Energy, Defense, Oil & Gas, and SPS OEMs, has delivered the first shipment of National Aerospace Standard (NAS) parts to global aircraft manufacturer Boeing.The shipment is part of the AZAD Engineering contract for September 2021, according to Ashwani Bhargava, senior director of supply chain for Boeing India.We congratulate AZAD Engineering for accomplishing the first shipment of National Aerospace Standard parts for us, he said.It is yet another example of the company's global manufacturing capability, this is truly Make in India for the world.The close alliance is a product of AZADs constant improvement of manufacturing capabilities.AZAD has established a near-flawless production system by putting a lot of emphasis on today's cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art facilities, according to Rakesh Chopdar, Founder and Managing Director of AZAD Engineering.I appreciate and appreciate each individual for their sincere efforts.We have repeatedly reiterated the trust of our clients by flawless delivery, which has been continued by putting an emphasis on a culture of excellence and industrial safety. AZAD is a world-class manufacturer of highly engineered, complex, and supercritical rotating components for the niche turbine and aerospace industry that is used for Power Generation and Aircraft OEMs, with a dedicated working plant in Hyderabad.AZAD has been recognized as an industry leader with a clear monopoly in India and a market leader in the world for many high-end technology turbines manufactured by many OEMs through years of combined expertise and unwavering search for cost-effective solutions to complex and critical manufacturing problems.Over the past few years, AZAD has concentrated on obtaining qualifications and today has a full range of models and frames for its customer base, making it India's only qualified partner.For a new entrant, the typical qualification process takes 3-3.5 years, but AZAD's focus on qualification has not stifled their healthy CAGR increase of 25% in the last 5 years. With a aim to put India on the global map, AZAD Engineering has challenged the current manufacturing model in India to establish India as a one-stop world-class facility and wants to be the torchbearer of Indian specialized manufacturing for all the end-to-end needs of a global OEM.He envisions transforming the entire manufacturing industry by combining digital manufacturing and Industrial AI, from the design process and production floor to the supply chain and administration.