Supplier Excellence Award

Supplier Excellence Award

Created in 1995, the AHS Supplier Excellence Award is given to a supplier who, through the quality, innovativeness and cost-effective technology of its products, has made a notable contribution to improving the state of the art of vertical flight aircraft.

2018
  • Rossell Techsys
  • The Boeing Company

Rossell Techsys, based in Bengaluru, India, is one of Boeing’s elite “Gold” rated suppliers and a past Supplier of the Year, providing wiring harnesses and related electrical work packages for Boeing’s rotorcraft programs.
 
Boeing’s Director of International Supplier Management noted that “Rossell Techsys is still early on [their] journey, but they have already made history at Boeing as a key partner on our platforms.” The development and growth of Rossell Techsys over the last five years from a small point-to-point wire harness manufacturer to a complex wire harness and electrical panel powerhouse gives manufacturers confidence in outsourcing electrical wire and panel work.
 
2017
  • LORD Corporation

For its integral part in the flight‑demonstrate the Zero‑Vibe system on AATD UH‑60M Black Hawk team.
 
 
2016
  • The Triumph Group

For outstanding performance on development programs at Sikorsky, specifically the design and build of the S-97 Raider landing gear and the build of the S-97 Raider transmission
 
 
2015
  • KUKA Systems Corporation Aerospace Group

For extraordinary performance as the tooling integrator for the assembly of the Bell 525 Relentless
 
 
2014
  • Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation

For the extraordinary performance in the fabrication and delivery execution of forty two S-92 helicopter cockpits in 2013
 
 
2013
  • Aurora Flight Sciences

For flawless execution of main rotor pylon design and nacelle fabrication for the Sikorsky Aircraft/U.S. Marine Corps CH-53K
 
 
2012
  • Garmin International, Inc.

Given for the G1000H integrated flight deck, the first Garmin integrated avionics system to be modified, installed and certified to meet the helicopter environment and vibration requirements
 
 
2011
  • GKN Aerospace

For displaying "best in class" performance on the Sikorsky Aircraft CH-53K program as Airframe Supplier Lead.
 
 
2010
  • Aero Vodochody

For producing the complete S-76 helicopter airframe for Sikorsky Aircraft which is ready for installation of dynamic components upon arrival at Sikorsky.
 
Additionally, Aero Vodochody has maintained a 100 percent on time delivery rating for the S-76 aircraft, while at the same time participating in the development phases of the new S-76D aircraft. Aero Vodochody is based in Prague, The Czech Republic.
 
2009
  • Sikorsky Aerospace Services
 
 
From material distribution, field services, and overhaul and repair, to personalized fleet management solutions and customized training, SAS demonstrated in 2008 an ability to design a sophisticated life-cycle management solution that leverages its wide range of capabilities and specialties offered through its component companies, Helicopter Support Inc., Derco Aerospace, Composite Technology, Sikorsky-Helitech, and Sikorsky Aerospace Maintenance
 
2008
  • No Award Presented
 
 
 
2007
  • The H-53 Engine Team
  • GE Aviation
 
Distinguishing themselves by their efforts to deliver improved T64 engines components, establish improved T64 engine logistics support processes, and become the engine provider for the new CH-53K heavy lift helicopter.
 
2006
  • Electronic Systems Business Unit
  • Honeywell Aerospace

For developing the Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS) to improve pilot's situational awareness and helicopter safety.
 
 
2005
  • The Protective Materials Co.

The Protective Materials Company of Miami Lakes, Florida was nominated for this award by NAVAIR’s Program Manager for the H-53 Heavy Lift Helicopter, Colonel Paul Croisetier.
 
Developing and supplying the Marine Corps with protective armor kits for H-53 helicopters supporting combat operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere throughout the world.
 
2004
  • Goodrich Corporation -Fuel and Utility Systems
  • Goodrich Corporation
 
 
2003
  • Rolls Royce AE1107C Liberty Propulsion System Team
  • Rolls-Royce
 
Team representatives - James Haney, Stuart Mullan, James Jackson and Steve Fromknecht, Rools Royce; Col. Paul Crossetiere, USMC; Commander Steve Malloy, USN; Major Ullmark, USMC, V-22 Program Office
 
2002
  • Helicopter Support, Inc.
  • HSI

For notable contributions in the vertical flight industry.
 
Society Chairman John Murphey congratulates David Adler, company president and John Chimini, executive vice president, HSI.
 
2001
  • The Purdy Corporation

For supplying transmissions, gearbox components and kits for 54 years with a superb performance record.
 
 
 
2000
  • Martin-Baker Aircraft Company

The company has been an outstanding contributor to the helicopter crew comfort and safety with seat designs.
 
 
John Martin, Co-Chairman of the company got this prestigious award.
 
1999
  • No Award Presented
 
 
 
1998
  • No Award Presented
 
 
 
1997
  • Hamilton Standard

For leadership in the development and manufacture of flight controls.
 
 
1996
  • Lord Corporation

Lord is the first recipient of this award as an industry leader in the design and manufacture of helicopter and tiltrotor vibration isolation and damping systems, including elastomeric bearings and dampers.
 
 

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