Boeing Delivers on its Make in India Promises
Boeing has been working with suppliers in India for decades in manufacturing, IT and engineering services.
Boeing currently works with 30 direct and 120 indirect suppliers to provide parts and assemblies covering aero-structures, wire harness, composites, forgings, avionics mission systems, and ground support equipment.
Boeing’s supplier network in India is delivering on complex work packages for commercial and defense aircraft such as the 777, 787, P-8, F/A-18 Super Hornet, F-15, and CH-47 Chinook. November 2015: Boeing and Tata Advanced Systems ( TASL) announced a joint venture to manufacture aerospace aero-structures in India and partner on co-development of systems in the future June 2016: Boeing and TASL laid the foundation of the new JV facility in Hyderabad that will be the sole producer of Boeing AH-64 Apache helicopter fuselages globally. JV is called Tata-Boeing
In 2014, Boeing set up a production line at Dynamatic Technologies to produce ramp and pylon aero-structures for the CH-47 Chinook helicopter.
Boeing opened a C-17 Training Center with Mahindra Defence Systems in July 2016 to provide C-17 training services to the Indian Air Force.
Boeing has been working with Tata Advanced Materials, Mahindra Defence Systems, Dynamatic Technologies, Bharat Forge, Bharat Electronics, Tata Advanced Systems, Hindustan Aeronautics, TAL Manufacturing Solutions, RossellTechsys, Sasmos and other companies, illustrating the varied aerospace capabilities that Boeing is helping build in its Indian supply-chain.