QuEST Global and Rolls-Royce extend their services agreement in India

By siliconindia   |   Wednesday, 28 July 2010, 13:34 Hrs
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Bangalore: QuEST Global, provider of engineering services, has extended its master agreement with power systems provider Rolls-Royce to 2015. Under the terms of the agreement, QuEST Global will support the engineering resources of Rolls-Royce across its business divisions through an engineering centre located in Bangalore. With a workforce of over 500 engineers supporting Rolls-Royce, the relationship has grown significantly and spans civil aerospace, defence aerospace, marine and energy sectors. QuEST engineers have been supporting work streams across the lifecycle of Rolls-Royce products, including products for the Airbus A350 XWB. Activities under the partnership range from design to manufacturing engineering and services and repair engineering. "This agreement with Rolls-Royce is significant to QuEST Global. We see it as an endorsement of our engineering capabilities in the aerospace, marine and energy sectors and the relationship we share with Rolls-Royce," said Ajit Prabhu, CEO, QuEST Global Engineering." "India is hugely important to Rolls-Royce and we continuously look for opportunities to enhance our range of activities and benefit from the comparative advantages India has to offer. I'm delighted that we have extended our long standing relationship with QuEST for a further five years, and I look forward to continuing to work together as we move forward." said Anil Shrikhande, President Rolls-Royce India.

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