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Airbus engages Axiscades and Quest for aerospace engineering services

Quest will provide services for the wing and Axiscades for fuselage & wings (repair)

BS B2B Bureau  |  Bengaluru 

Aerospace engineering services
Image courtesy: Axiscades

France’s has signed a strategic agreement with and Global to provide a range of critical for product development and manufacturing support for all programmes as tier-I suppliers. While will provide services for the wing, will provide services for fuselage, wings (repair), defence & space and PAG. Both companies operate dedicated development centres in Bengaluru and over 500 engineers will be working across these centres to deliver the services.

India will need over 1,600 new passenger and freighter in the next 20 years according to global market forecast. This growth is expected to drive demand for skills in the fields of engineering, manufacturing and services including maintenance & pilot training and MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul). Through a network of over 45 Indian suppliers absorbs the engineering, manufacturing and services capabilities that the country offers.

“Through partnerships like these we have Indian engineering expertise flying on planes. Outside Europe, India provides the maximum volume of to compared to any other country,” said Srinivasan Dwarakanath, president, division in India.

Sudhakar Gande, vice chairman, Axiscades, added, “Winning of ODC contract with enhanced scope covering & wings (repair) for marks a significant milestone in the development of capabilities for our organisation. We are delighted to collaborate with for engineering activities covering divisions across Europe. This demonstrates our continued commitment to fully support our partner’s engineering needs with a responsive operating model at a time when industry is looking at digital designs services to radically transform the cost and speed of production.”

This is the second time that and have won an order for these through a competitive bidding process after the previous contract successfully completed its term.

“Winning the contract again marks another milestone in our strategic partnership with Airbus. It reflects our commitment to supporting transformation through engineering solutions for our customers,” commented Ajay Prabhu, COO, Global. 

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Airbus engages Axiscades and Quest for aerospace engineering services

Quest will provide services for the wing and Axiscades for fuselage & wings (repair)

Quest will provide services for the wing and Axiscades for fuselage & wings (repair)
France’s has signed a strategic agreement with and Global to provide a range of critical for product development and manufacturing support for all programmes as tier-I suppliers. While will provide services for the wing, will provide services for fuselage, wings (repair), defence & space and PAG. Both companies operate dedicated development centres in Bengaluru and over 500 engineers will be working across these centres to deliver the services.

India will need over 1,600 new passenger and freighter in the next 20 years according to global market forecast. This growth is expected to drive demand for skills in the fields of engineering, manufacturing and services including maintenance & pilot training and MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul). Through a network of over 45 Indian suppliers absorbs the engineering, manufacturing and services capabilities that the country offers.

“Through partnerships like these we have Indian engineering expertise flying on planes. Outside Europe, India provides the maximum volume of to compared to any other country,” said Srinivasan Dwarakanath, president, division in India.

Sudhakar Gande, vice chairman, Axiscades, added, “Winning of ODC contract with enhanced scope covering & wings (repair) for marks a significant milestone in the development of capabilities for our organisation. We are delighted to collaborate with for engineering activities covering divisions across Europe. This demonstrates our continued commitment to fully support our partner’s engineering needs with a responsive operating model at a time when industry is looking at digital designs services to radically transform the cost and speed of production.”

This is the second time that and have won an order for these through a competitive bidding process after the previous contract successfully completed its term.

“Winning the contract again marks another milestone in our strategic partnership with Airbus. It reflects our commitment to supporting transformation through engineering solutions for our customers,” commented Ajay Prabhu, COO, Global. 

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Airbus engages Axiscades and Quest for aerospace engineering services

Quest will provide services for the wing and Axiscades for fuselage & wings (repair)

France’s has signed a strategic agreement with and Global to provide a range of critical for product development and manufacturing support for all programmes as tier-I suppliers. While will provide services for the wing, will provide services for fuselage, wings (repair), defence & space and PAG. Both companies operate dedicated development centres in Bengaluru and over 500 engineers will be working across these centres to deliver the services.

India will need over 1,600 new passenger and freighter in the next 20 years according to global market forecast. This growth is expected to drive demand for skills in the fields of engineering, manufacturing and services including maintenance & pilot training and MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul). Through a network of over 45 Indian suppliers absorbs the engineering, manufacturing and services capabilities that the country offers.

“Through partnerships like these we have Indian engineering expertise flying on planes. Outside Europe, India provides the maximum volume of to compared to any other country,” said Srinivasan Dwarakanath, president, division in India.

Sudhakar Gande, vice chairman, Axiscades, added, “Winning of ODC contract with enhanced scope covering & wings (repair) for marks a significant milestone in the development of capabilities for our organisation. We are delighted to collaborate with for engineering activities covering divisions across Europe. This demonstrates our continued commitment to fully support our partner’s engineering needs with a responsive operating model at a time when industry is looking at digital designs services to radically transform the cost and speed of production.”

This is the second time that and have won an order for these through a competitive bidding process after the previous contract successfully completed its term.

“Winning the contract again marks another milestone in our strategic partnership with Airbus. It reflects our commitment to supporting transformation through engineering solutions for our customers,” commented Ajay Prabhu, COO, Global. 

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