Brek's commitment to meet their customers expectations has motivated them to continually seek improvement. As a result, they have just been awarded Boeings highest award "Supplier of the Year" in March, 2003. Most recently Brek has expanded their manufacturing facility with a new 42,000 square foot addition bringing their total manufacturing plant to 118,000 sq. ft., housing the latest 5-axis equipment using the NCL part programming system by NCCS.
Brek manufactures the largest and most complex aerospace parts in the world. The companys parts and assemblies are currently in service on a wide variety of commercial, strategic and tactical military aircraft.
For example, their C17 project was completed using the highly sophisticated manufacturing software NCL. According to Gene Price, CEO, NCL was used for this specific project because of its 5-axis capability, especially for large, complex aircraft parts. There was significant time savings due to NCL's powerful parametric system that allows for easy customization.
NCL has been one of the major factors in Brek's business growth and innovation. Programmers have complete tool control to handle each job successfully.