Rolls-Royce inks agreement with Azad Engineering for making complex defence aero-engine components in India

Under the long-term agreement, Hyderabad-based Azad Engineering will manufacture and supply complex components for defence aircraft engines and thus join the global supply chain for complex category components for Rolls-Royce's technologically advanced aero-engines.

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Rolls-Royce inks agreement with Azad Engineering for making complex defence aero-engine components in India

Rolls-Royce has signed a long-term agreement with Azad Engineering to manufacture and supply complex components for defence aircraft engines. 

Under the long-term agreement, Hyderabad-based Azad Engineering will manufacture and supply complex components for defence aircraft engines and thus join the global supply chain for complex category components for Rolls-Royce's technologically advanced aero-engines.

Alex Zino, Executive Vice President – Business Development and Future Programmes and Head of Global Networks, Rolls-Royce, said: "Strong collaboration has been at the heart of Rolls-Royce’s journey of success in India. As we work towards strengthening the defence ecosystem, we are happy to expand our supply chain in India in partnership with Azad Engineering."

"The sourcing of complex components from India for aero engine programmes further advances the goal of capability creation in the country," said Abhishek Singh, Senior Vice President – Defence, India and South-East Asia, Rolls-Royce. 

Rolls-Royce has a strong ecosystem in India, encompassing strategic local partnerships, joint ventures, robust supply chain, rich talent pool, engineering capability, digital solutions and service delivery capabilities.


 

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