Make in India Boost: Rossell Techsys Delivers 15,000TH wire harness for Boeing AH-64 Apache

Defence Industry

BANGALORE. In a Make in India boost, Rossell Techsys has announced the delivery of the 15,000th shipment of wire harnesses and 500thshipment of electrical panel assemblies for Boeing’s AH-64 Apache, the world’s most advanced multi-role combat helicopter.

The delivery, a unique dual accomplishment for Rossell, marks a significant milestone in the ‘Make in India’ story and reaffirms company’s commitment to the government’s vision since 2014.

“This delivery showcases the success of Boeing’s supplier development initiative in India,” said Karl Jeppesen, vice president, Boeing Defense, Space & Security Supply Chain.“We look forward to scaling up our partnerships and enabling the Indian aerospace industry to become the economic growth engine defined by Make in India.”

Rossell Techsys has been a key supplier with Boeing on wire harnesses and electrical components since 2013, and this delivery in support of AH-64 Apache, underscores the importance of Indian manufacturers building the future of aerospace and defence globally.

“This is a landmark achievement in the history of our young company. Rossell Techsys is a leader in operational hygiene and its suite of certifications is a testimony to this commitment. As an ISO 31000 compliant company, we place high priority on risk management, monitoring, control and mitigation”

“This is a landmark achievement in the history of our young company. Rossell Techsys is a leader in operational hygiene and its suite of certifications is a testimony to this commitment. As an ISO 31000 compliant company, we place high priority on risk management, monitoring, control and mitigation,” said Bhagvandas.

“Our vision is to become a prominent player in the global aerospace and defence domain, and contributing to the ‘Make in India’ initiative. We are poised to take on future challenges while continuing to be a reliable partner to Boeing in India.”

Rossell Techsys also partners with Boeing for its ‘Skill India’ programmes that aim to address the critical and growing need for skills development in the Indian aerospace sector. The Boeing-funded curriculum at Rossell has seen tremendous growth in recent years – from nearly 30 members in 2013 to more than 350 members as of 2018.

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