Rolls-Royce group plc, leading global provider of airplane
engines, power systems and services, said it has set up
a wholly-owned subsidiary in India to outsource the growing
volume of engineering work.
to the company, it's Indian subsidiary Rolls Royce Operations,
India (RROIPL) would help the group meet the need for
greater engineering capacity over a range of its new programmes
and leverage its capability in India to develop aero-engineering
Royce would outsource a large part of its work to Quality
Engineering and Software Technologies (QuEST), a city-based
leading global product development solutions provider,
Rolls Royce chief executive Sir John Rose said here.
is doubling its headcount to 200 comprising locally employed
engineers in the next 12 months and invest $2 million
to support Rolls Royce, company president Aravind Melligeri
Royce set up a centre in QuEST's Bangalore facility earlier
this year, which became fully operational as Rolls-Royce
Operations India Limited in October.
a Carlyle-funded global engineering provider employs nearly
800 engineers across the United States, the United Kingdom,
Italy, Japan, China, and India and will provide Rolls-Royce
with a range of engineering design and development services.
engineers will do system and component design, modeling,
stress analysis, performance engineering, service engineering,
instrumentation engineering, manufacturing engineering,
technical publishing, repair design, and ground support
equipment design across different product categories of
The value of the work is expected to be about $25 million
over five years.