Incorporated in 1978, ECBT has over 40 years of industrial exposure in manufacturing of Railway Equipment and also has extensive experience in undertaking precision machining of High Quality aero structures of upto 6.5 metres .
With an employee force of more than 1000 people, ECBT currently has Aerospace Division & Railway Division.
ECBT is one of the prominent manufacturer and Indian partner with a unique state of the art aeronautical manufacturing facility to process complex 5-axis machined aero structure parts from plates, castings, forgings, billets, or round bar of metals such as aluminium, titanium, stainless steel, and Inconel. ECBT also has extensive experience in undertaking precision machining of high-quality aero structures of up to 6.5 metres.
Use of advance technology, continuous innovation, and time-honed processes has enabled ECBT to create new generation solutions. This has resulted in setting up of new benchmarks in manufacturing standards for aeronautical parts and equipment.
The company's engineering infrastructure has been adopted to create an ecosystem that delivers the benefits of scale, quality, and end-to-end solutions under a single roof. ECBT is equipped with the latest CAD/CAM technology, Siemens NX 12, Delcam, Solid Works, Pro-Engineer, AutoCAD (for equipment and process design), and a quality assurance shop with the newest measuring equipment.
Working closely with the defence and civil aviation industry, power sector, and railways, ECBT's commitment is towards creating products that meet the highest global norms of quality, precision, and durability.
Accreditation: AS9100 D, ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001, ISO 3834
ECBT manufactures locomotive and coach equipment for several units of the Indian Railways. Apart from Indian Railways, customers include reputed players such as Bharat Earth Movers Ltd, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd, and NRE USA.
ECBT is one of the Indian companies that manufactures crankcase assembly products for 4,500 brake horse power (BHP) engines for diesel locomotives. It is currently manufacturing an engine block.
About 1,200 locomotives with ECBT-manufactured engine blocks are running on Indian and USA rail tracks.
Indian Railways is manufacturing high-speed Linke Hofmann Busch (LHB) coaches. ECBT is a prominent source for manufacturing FIAT bogie frames for passenger coaches; it has manufactured and supplied 10,000 frames until now.
ECBT is a Research Designs and Standards Organisation (RDSO)-approved source for manufacturing locomotive bogies. It has also developed a production line for manufacturing locomotive and passenger coach shell assembly. The latest addition is a bogie frame for train 18, the newest high-speed passenger train for Integral Coach Factory (ICF), Chennai.