Tata Aerospace is Boeing 'Supplier of the Year', picked out of 11,000 firms

Nine companies feted for 'proactively managing supply chain quality, advancing global sustainability'


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Ajai Shukla
Tata Aerospace & Defence was recognised on Friday by The Boeing Company (Boeing) with the coveted award of “Supplier of the Year.” The Indian company was amongst nine suppliers that were awarded out of more than 11,000 suppliers worldwide.

“The award is given to a supplier who contributes to Boeing’s success by sharing risk and through long-term relationships that support and advance our strategic objectives,” stated Boeing.

In a press release on Friday, Boeing announced that, for the first time, it was also recognising firms for “proactively managing supply chain quality, readiness and health and delivering on Boeing’s commitment to advance global sustainability.”

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First Published: Jun 24 2022 | 9:31 PM IST

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