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Air Works Awarded for Process Innovation at Business Transformation Awards

Air Works Awarded for Process Innovation at Business Transformation Awards

India’s largest independent MRO and aviation services major was awarded for Process Innovation in the Business Transformation Awards 2021.

The award recognizes the 71-year-old company’s continuous commitment to pivot its business for achieving competitive advantage in the rapidly growing MRO sector by embracing and deploying the latest technologies.

According to Asian Sky Media’s India Business Jet Report of 2020, Air Works remains the largest MRO and has been authorized to offer heavy maintenance on Bombardier, Dassault, Embraer, Gulfstream, and Textron aircraft since 2001.

Anand Bhaskar, MD & CEO of Air Works remarked, ” Winning the award is an acknowledgement of Air Works’ endeavor to adopt transformative technologies for operational and service excellence. While we have been innovating over years for significant improvements, cost savings, and reduction in turnaround time, the recognition highlights our organization’s expertise in aviation engineering & maintenance with the agility and proactiveness of a technology-oriented, solutions company.”

Ramkumar Mohan, Chief Information Officer of Air Works said “Adoption of the cloud-based Internet of Things (IoT) platform has put Air Works in a good role in the process automation segment. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) solutions have enabled workflow automation, making our inventory management process seamless. The transformation has already delivered a 50 percent reduction in time for issuing, recording, and auditing process. Together with the IoT platform and the more recent 3D printing initiative, Air Works now leads the MRO industry with a host of digital transformation initiatives.”