Ltts opens an engineering R&D center in Toronto; Hire 100 engineers in 2 years


By PTI IST (Released)

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“With plans to hire over 100 engineers over the next 18-24 months, the ER&D center is expected to become a focal point for hiring local talent and further bolstering the region’s reputation as a hub for engineering and innovation,” the company said in a statement. statement on Wednesday.

L&T Technology Services Ltd (LTTS) has opened an engineering research and development center in Toronto where it expects to hire 100 engineers over the next 18 to 24 months.

The Toronto center is the third nearshore global design center to open in two quarters.

“With plans to hire over 100 engineers over the next 18-24 months, the ER&D center is expected to become a focal point for hiring local talent and further bolstering the region’s reputation as a hub for engineering and innovation,” the company said in a statement. statement on Wednesday.

The ER&D center will initially focus on the development of digital solutions for the transportation sector, including rail engineering, for a global aerospace and rail major.

The area of ​​specialization would cover railway track fault detection, advanced mobility solutions, digital asset management, digital flyboard, sensors and communication systems.

“Through this new ER&D center, our customers in Canada and North America can take advantage of our advanced technologies and digital products. LTTS is committed to creating exciting opportunities in the Canadian business ecosystem, while strategically expanding its North American footprint,” said LTTS CEO and MD Amit Chadha.

Earlier this year, LTTS inaugurated an Engineering Design Center in Toulouse (France) and an ER&D Center in Krakow (Poland) as part of its strategic plans for global business expansion.


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