- This collaboration has enabled delivery of outstanding engineering solutions to the rail industry since 2017
- This extension ensures long-term success in the rail market through strong partnership integration
Bengaluru, June 8, 2020 – Global mobility solution provider Bombardier Transportation and QuEST Global, a global product engineering and lifecycle services company, have signed an agreement to extend their existing partnership in order to strengthen cooperation to further develop engineering capabilities for the rail market. The goal of this alliance is to ensure future innovation, as well as excellent delivery and project execution. Since 2017, both companies have been closely collaborating to deliver outstanding engineering solutions to the rail industry.
“Signing this agreement to extend our existing collaboration with QuEST Global is an important step in providing world-class technical solutions to the global rail market. This extended strategic partnership will give us additional access to great engineering talent for joint product development across the entire value chain,” said Danny Di Perna, President of Bombardier Transportation.
Commenting on the partnership, Ajit Prabhu, Chairman & CEO at QuEST Global said, “This partnership is a testament to our expertise in driving transformational initiatives with our customers and long-term partner Bombardier Transportation. Our capability in converging mechanical, electronics and software technologies has helped our customers create their frontier by advancing the ways people live, work, travel and engage with each other. We look forward to helping Bombardier to enhance their competitiveness in the rail domain.”
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