L&T Technology Services Limited (LTTS), a leading global pure-play engineering services company, has inaugurated its Digital Engineering Centre in Gothenburg, Sweden. Located in the Lindholm Science Park, the Centre will act as a nearshore development facility for LTTS’ customers in the region, providing proximity and support to their agile transformation initiatives.
L&T Technology Services has been the engineering partner of choice for several major brands in the Nordic region for over a decade. LTTS has worked on new age technology development and digital engineering programs for industry majors such as Volvo Cars and Scania. Under its GLOCAL strategy and to support its ongoing growth in the region, LTTS is expanding its local presence in Sweden to serve its Nordic customers better in their digital journey.
The Digital Engineering Centre in Gothenburg will act as a center of excellence for LTTS’ operations across areas such as automotive and digital technologies. The center will also develop technologies for industry verticals and clients outside the automotive industry. LTTS has already set up a development centre in Stockholm; the company is now expanding its footprint in Gothenburg to serve a wide range of industries.
Speaking at the launch of the center, Amit Chadha, president, Sales, and Business Development and executive director, L&T Technology Services said, “LTTS’ Digital Engineering Centre in Gothenburg will essay an integral role in facilitating digital innovations for our customers in the autonomous vehicles and connectivity domains in the Nordic region. We are a global organization with a local mindset and through our dedicated engineering center in Gothenburg we intend to promote digital technologies and look forward to developing ground-breaking services and solutions for our customers.”
Her Excellency Monika Kapil Mohta, Ambassador of India to Sweden and Latvia said, “We are excited by the prospect of a global ER&D leader like L&T Technology Services setting up their Digital Experience Centre in Gothenburg. This is a timely initiative which will go hand in hand with the current technological developments in Sweden and the Nordic countries.”