NEIAS Parker Aero Systems Equipment Co. Ltd. (NPASE) is a joint venture between Parker Aerospace and AVIC Jincheng Nanjing Engineering Institute of Aircraft Systems (NEIAS). The company is an aerospace original equipment manufacturer with world-class engineering, manufacturing, and test capabilities for all aircraft in China. NEIAS Parker is developing the complete fuel, inerting, and hydraulic systems for COMAC’s new C919 family of aircraft, plus other future Chinese domestic commercial aviation programs.
|A state-of-the-art, 16,000-square-meter facility is currently being built in the Nanjing Airport Economic Zone to house the NPASE organization. The facility will provide machining, assembly and test, special processes, and management offices.|
|The team members of NPASE are dedicated to several key business principles, forming a strong foundation for the organization and a
company culture that is world class. They are committed to:
|•||Continuous improvement through adoption of lean practices|
|•||Ensuring a safe and healthy work environment|
|•||Conforming to the highest ethical standards and integrity|
|•||Encouraging cultural diversity and inclusion|
NPASE conducts its business affairs in a highly principled manner and in full compliance with all laws, regulations, and directives. In conducting its business, integrity underlies all relationships, including those with customers and suppliers, and among employees.
About Parker Hannifin Corporation
With annual sales of $13 billion in fiscal year 2015, Parker Hannifin is the world's leading diversified manufacturer of motion and control technologies and systems, providing precision-engineered solutions for a wide variety of mobile, industrial, and aerospace markets. Parker Hannifin has 55,000 employees in approximately 300 facilities worldwide, and is traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
|Parker Aerospace is a global leader in the research, design, manufacture, and service of flight control, hydraulic, fuel and inerting, fluid conveyance, thermal management, lubrication, and pneumatic systems and components for aerospace and other high-technology markets. Market applications range from commercial and regional transports to military fixed-wing aircraft; from general and business aviation to helicopters and unmanned aerial systems; from launch vehicles to missiles. Parker Aerospace employs 6,100 team members, located in 47 locations worldwide, in seven operating divisions.|
About the AVIC Nanjing Engineering Institute of Aircraft Systems (NEIAS)
The Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) engages in the research, design, development, production, and after-sale services of aircraft in China. It produces flight control systems, inertial navigation systems and inertial technology products, guidance systems and components, actuator control products, enterprise management software, and civil aviation products. The organization also undertakes commercial aircraft equipment research, subcontracting the maintenance of aviation products and development of ground-check facilities. AVIC has more than 500,000 employees and in 2014 was ranked 178th on the list of Fortune 500 companies.
The Nanjing Engineering Institute of Aircraft Systems (NEIAS) is the scientific research and production center of mechatronic and hydraulic engineering as well as the technology-related non-aero products development center for China’s aviation industry and its military-industry system. Its products are widely used in airborne integrated mechatronic control systems, environment control systems, hydraulic systems, fuel systems, secondary power systems, and power-source drive systems.
NEIAS's mechatronic and hydraulic technologies are widely used in military-industry systems. The NEIAS facility also includes a civil/commercial non-military department with responsibility for designing and manufacturing components, systems, and subsystems for civil/commercial aircraft.
|• Valued customers|
|• Winning culture|
|• Passionate people|
|• Engaged leadership|
|NPASE has obtained the
following quality approvals in 2015:
|•||First Airbus part FAI|
|•||Three more Airbus parts FAI|
|•||Three Boeing parts FAI|