City engineering firm Azad delivers NAS parts to Boeing

Azad Engineering founder and MD Rakesh Chopdar and senior executives of the firm with VP-Supply Chain (Boeing Global Services) Kathryn Muhich and Senior Director of Boeing India Supply Chain, Ashwani Bhargava. 

Azad Engineering founder and MD Rakesh Chopdar and senior executives of the firm with VP-Supply Chain (Boeing Global Services) Kathryn Muhich and Senior Director of Boeing India Supply Chain, Ashwani Bhargava. 
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Highly engineered complex precision component maker for aerospace, clean energy, defence as well as oil and gas industries, Azad Engineering, has delivered the first consignment of National Aerospace Standard (NAS) parts to aircraft major Boeing.

The consignment, part of a contract the Hyderabad-based firm had secured in September 2021, comprises critical and unique aerospace components required for multiple Boeing aircraft.

It is the direct result of “fastidious planning, rigorous production and smart supply-chain management,” founder and MD Rakesh Chopdar said, seeking to highlight the significance of a constant emphasis on a culture of quality and industrial safety.” Azad has a centre of excellence in manufacturing turbine blades and a facility that meets quality standards for global OEMs.

In a release on Thursday, the company said it has achieved a near-flawless production system by investing heavily in cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art infrastructure. As part of its support to the Aatmanirbhar Bharat, Azad plans to cater to defence and space programmes. It is all set to launch an additional manufacturing unit in Hyderabad that will feature dedicated plants and centre of excellence for each of its customers.

Congratulating the firm, Senior Director, Supply Chain for Boeing India, Ashwani Bhargava, said completion of the consignment is a demonstration of the company’s global manufacturing capability.

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