- Pioneering a powerful partnership with India
New Delhi. 04 February 2019. Rolls-Royce will be showcasing its powerful India partnership and technological prowess at the upcoming Aero India 2019 in Bengaluru this February. Located at the UK Pavilion, in Hall A, Rolls-Royce will demonstrate its support of current programmes and future opportunities in India.
Rolls-Royce has been steadily building its capabilities in India, across engineering, manufacturing, supply chain, digital and customer support to support local growth. The Aerospace Engineering Centre in Bangalore has over more than engineers contributing to global aerospace engine programmes. Rolls-Royce’s R2 Data Labs, an acceleration hub for data innovation with a facility in Bangalore, develops data applications that unlock design, manufacturing and operational efficiencies and creates new service propositions for customers.
Rolls-Royce is proud of its 80-year relationship with the Indian Armed Forces. With India’s focus on modernisation and indigenisation of its Armed Forces, Rolls-Royce is committed to sharing innovation, capability and knowledge through its enduring and cooperative partnerships.
Pankaj Kaushik, Vice President India (Armed Forces & Govt.), Rolls-Royce – India & South Asia, said: “As India continues to develop its capabilities in aviation industry, Rolls-Royce believes that this is the right time to step up discussions on its products & technology and fully participate in the evolving sector in the country. Aero India 2019 offers a platform to present our full range of power and solutions for aviation to support the growth needs of the industry. As a leading industrial technology company, we continue to expand our presence strategically, through collaborations with companies like Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), TCS, and QuEST. We are committed to further strengthening our partnerships , to enable India to benefit from our innovative products, solutions and technologies. In line with our vision to pioneer the power that matters to our customers, we are well-positioned to offer our strong portfolio of more efficient and cleaner products and solutions and play a key role in India’s growing aviation sector.”
Louise Donaghey, SVP India and South Asia, Rolls-Royce, said, “Rolls-Royce has had a long and distinguished history in India since 1932. With India’s focus on strong economic and infrastructure growth, Rolls-Royce is well positioned with its broad range of products and services to meet the needs of our customers and help India achieve its long-term growth vision. We are part of India’s future as a centre for innovation and manufacturing. We are proud to be a leading provider of power to the Indian Armed Forces, and our commitment to support India to achieve its goals of indigenisation and self-reliance remains as strong as ever.”
Rolls-Royce has been working closely to ensure that India is uniquely placed to support both its future requirements and the development of advanced technological solutions across global markets.