Bengaluru: Jayant Sinha inaugurates Boeing India's new engineering centre
Expanding its operations, global aerospace major Boeing has opened an additional facility at Boeing India Engineering and Technology Center in Bengaluru. It was inaugurated by Union Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha. Supporting Boeing's products and systems, the new facility would enable the company to focus on state-of-the-art technology areas, including data analytics, internet-of-things, aerospace design, manufacturing, testing, and research. Know more!
"Boeing's commitment to growth of capability and capacity in the Indian aerospace sector is commendable. (I'm) Proud that Boeing is leveraging India's engineering talent and its expertise for some of the most advanced aerospace products in the world, and developing complex solutions for the world."
Boeing India's Bengaluru center having research laboratories to support next-generation aerospace innovations was opened in Jan'17. The US-based company's India subsidiary recently announced it was partnering with Union Aviation Ministry and Air India Engineering Services for developing the Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AMEs) Accelerated Apprenticeship Program. The program aims to improve AMEs' employability through training and hands-on experience with aircraft.
Pratyush Kumar said: "As a source for innovative and cutting-edge engineering, India offers us tremendous growth potential. This (new facility) is a winning formula for India and our own global growth strategy for improved productivity, enhanced engineering efficiency, and cost advantage while focusing on quality."