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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Changhe Aircraft becomes Boeing supplier


Changhe Aircraft Industries Group (CHAIC), a subsidiary of AVIC 2, has qualified to become a Boeing supplier. On March 19, the quality management system of CHAIC acquired official approval from Boeing and on April 10, Boeing awarded the Boeing Quality Management System certificate to CHAIC. CHAIC, located in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province, is a research and manufacturing base for helicopters in China and also a key enterprise in the aviation industry. It is capable of producing various models of helicopters and of subcontracting production of aircraft parts. Its total assets are about RMB 4.3 billion. Last year, CHAIC applied to become a Boeing supplier, so Boeing sent experts to check CHAIC’s facilities. Last June, Boeing signed several contracts with Chinese suppliers valued at about US$500 million. Chinese companies that have had contracts with Boeing include AVIC 1’s Xi’an Aircraft Industry Group Co. and Chengdu Aircraft Industrial Group Co., as well as AVIC 2’s Harbin Aircraft Industry Co.

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