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For Cabin and Cargo Design Engineering: Tech Mahindra Signs a Deal with Airbus

For Cabin and Cargo Design Engineering: Tech Mahindra Signs a Deal with Airbus

Tech Mahindra, India’s third largest IT Company, has signed a multi-year pact with Airbus, a Netherland-based aeronautics company, ET reported. In the deal, Tech Mahindra will help Airbus in its cabin and cargo design engineering.

The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed by any of the companies.

According to Tech Mahindra, in the next five years, it will look to make the most out of the expertise skills and capabilities in the growing cabin engineering business. Due to boom in the air travel sector the recent years, airlines across the world are looking to enhance the air travel experience for the customers through path-breaking 'Cabin Innovations'.

People familiar with the matter said that Tech Mahindra’s partnership with Airbus will create a positive impact on the company's aerospace engineering portfolio; particularly in areas such as customer services and cabin engineering.

Tech Mahindra’s success over the development of innovative engineering and digital solution for its customers is because of their constant endeavour. Since Airbus is a strategic customer and partner of Tech Mahindra, the new partnership will nurture the key relationship and consolidate the worldwide supplier base for Airbus while pushing business efficiencies and competencies in this process.

Tech Mahindra is focusing on AI, ML, IoT, robotics, automation, cybersecurity, 5G, and blockchain as part of its TechMNxt charter.

The new partnership will create a positive impact for both companies in terms of growth and sustainability.

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