Tata Technologies, Leader In Engineering Outsourcing Expands Hiring In Detroit

June 3, 2011

According to published reports, Tata Technologies has put into effect plans to employ 400 engineers at its technical facility near Detroit. This hiring expansion will collaborate with new auto manufacturing that is ongoing in the U.S. and Canada, reports breitbart.com.  Tata Technologies is a Tata Motors subsidiary.

The Director of Communications in North America for Tata Technologies, Dan Saad said in a statement, the company had plans to hire engineers who have had experience in design and product lifecycle.

He added, that the 400 positions would be filled in January and the hiring would supplement new projects in the company’s automotive program run by PLM/Consulting and engineering segments.

“The positions are at automotive client sites – about 80 percent in metro Detroit, about 20 percent elsewhere in the US. We have about 500 employees in the US now, and about 350” are stationed at Tata’s Novi, Michigan site.

The hiring spree comes on the heels of a recent development that automaker General Motors is seeking to staff one thousand engineers during the period 2011-2013. In the meantime, Chrysler has staffed an additional one thousand workers at its facility in Auburn Hills. It will also hire more workers for its engineering projects. Furthermore, some of the newly hired staff will be used to assist in the carmaker’s first IPO preparation during the latter half of 2011.

Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Singapore, Tata Technologies is a leader in Engineer Services Outsourcing, IT services, and Product Development to the auto manufacturing sector.

With a regional office in Michigan, Detroit, Technologies offers services helping auto and aviation firms cut product development costs of up to 30-40% . The company’s client list includes Ford Motor Co. Chrysler LLC, Fiat S.p.a., Bajaj Auto Ltd, Bell Helicopter Textron Inc, and Airbus S.A.S. It also played a significant role in the development of the world’s cheapest car, the Nano, starting at a price of approximately $2500.


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