Newswire Aerostar Manufacturing expands its supply chains in India for its US customers
Aerostar provides dual sourcing option to its customers by manufacturing parts, simultaneously in US and India
Tremendous cost savings with lower international supply chain risks
Aerostar Manufacturing a manufacturer of machined parts and assemblies in the U.S. is expanding in India to help its OEM and Tier 1 customers establish supply chains in India in order to lower costs and mitigate international supply chain risks. “Many of our customers are diversifying their supply chains out of certain countries for the fear of concentration risk and establishing in others, but don’t want to lose the cost advantage”, said Robert Johnson, Vice President of Operations. Aerostar currently provides dual sourcing options to its customers by manufacturing, simultaneously, in its facilities in the U.S. as well as at partner facilities in India. “In many instances we split the volumes 80%, 20% for cost reasons, with the ability to scale up the facility producing 20% in the event of a supply chain interruption at the facility with the 80% split” explained Robert Johnson.
Aerostar is IATF 16949, as well as, NMSDC certified. The company has been serving customers in automotive, trucking, agriculture, automation, defense, food & beverage, railways, power generation, mining, oil & gas and other industries from its Romulus, Michigan and Fort Wayne, Indiana facilities for over 50 years. Aerostar Manufacturing provides CNC turning, forming, and milling to exact customer specifications at low to medium volumes.
Aerostar Manufacturing (www.aerostarmfg.com) is a Global Supply Chain Partner. Our global supply network includes our corporate manufacturing facilities in the United States, global sourcing office in Bangalore India and partner facilities in India and around the world. This network is complemented by domestic and offshore warehousing capabilities, allowing Aerostar Manufacturing to meet the cost, quality, service, and delivery needs of each of our customers.
For more information, email or call Robert Johnson, VP of Operations at: