After thoroughly examining all the options, the company decided to partner with ESSNPS for co-engineering and manufacturing of the products. The protocols were set, and the designs were finalized.
The next challenge was to find equivalent components and test their compatibility, which was carried out during the co-engineering phase.
Suitable suppliers were approached, and specifications were generated for the approval of the local components that were used.
After the manufacturing and assemblies were done, the FAT (Factory Acceptance Test) was carried out and approved by the company prior to the shipping phase.
The final product was packed with due precautions – a critical aspect considering the rough sea weather – and the consignment was directly shipped to the customer for installation.