New Delhi. 01 December 2016. Airbus has signed a strategic agreement with QuEST Global and AXISCADES to provide a range of critical engineering services for all Airbus aircraft programmes as tier-1 suppliers. QuEST will provide services for the Wing and AXISCADES for the Fuselage.
This is the second time that AXISCADES and QuEST have won an order for these engineering services through a competitive bidding process after the previous contract successfully completed its term. Both companies operate dedicated development centres in Bengaluru and over 500 engineers will be working across these centres to deliver the services.
QuEST and AXISCADES emerged as top choices from among seven contenders because of the unique value – cost and competency combination – they were able to demonstrate for Airbus.
“Through ‘Make in India’ partnerships like these we have Indian engineering expertise flying on Airbus planes,” said Srinivasan Dwarakanath, President, Airbus Division in India. “Outside Europe, India provides the maximum volume of engineering services to Airbus compared to any other country.”
“We are delighted to extend our collaboration with different divisions of Airbus at a time when the industry is looking at digital designs services to cut production cost and time,” said Sudhakar Gande, Vice-Chairman, AXISCADES.
“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,” said Ajay A. Prabhu, COO, QuEST Global.