Anodyne, Inc., based in Santa Ana, California, has obtained approval from the Boeing Company to process parts for the C-17 program.
The C-17 is a large military transport aircraft capable of transporting over 170,000 pounds. According to the United States Air Force, the C-17 is "the newest, most flexible cargo aircraft to enter the airlift force" and "is capable of rapid strategic delivery of troops and cargo that can provide tactical airdrop and airlift of troops and supplies."
"We are very excited about the possibility to partner with Boeing on the C-17," said John McKenna, chief executive officer of Anodyne. "Boeing has been overwhelmingly supportive of Anodyne and this is just another stepping stone in a solid foundation. We will continue to provide the level of quality and service that Boeing expects from their partners on this program and any future programs."
Anodyne is a Nadcap approved metal finishing company founded in 1960 that focuses on the aerospace industry. For more information, please visit www.anodyne.aero.