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Zodiac Seats UK partners wth Tata Technologies

Posted 14 December 2017 · Add Comment

Tata Technologies today announced that it had entered into a strategic partnership agreement with Zodiac Seats UK to support the company's engineering requirements.

Through the agreement, Tata Technologies will be recognised as the preferred supplier for Engineering Services Outsourcing (ESO) projects. The partnership will see Tata Technologies support Zodiac Seats UK’s ambitious growth plans by managing current and future engineering programmes, supporting the company to bring their innovative products to the market. 
 
Part of Zodiac Aerospace, one of the main actor in the aerospace industry, Zodiac Seats is the world leader in aircraft seating, thanks to its wide know-how, expertise and manufacturing capabilities spread among its division: Zodiac Seats UK, Zodiac Seats US and Zodiac Seats France. Working with prestigious customers,

Zodiac Seats UK is a seat manufacturer especially recognised on the Premium Aircraft seating segment, for its passenger experience and bespoke capabilities.
 
Zodiac Seats UK and Tata Technologies have collaborated over the last 10 years on various Engineering and Design activities across Europe. Tata Technologies will continue to support the company across their product development lifecycle including, technical publication, engineering design and manufacturing engineering.
 
As part of the agreement, Tata Technologies has also opened a new Offshore Dedicated Engineering Centre (ODEC) in Pune, India for Zodiac Seats UK. The ODEC will support Zodiac Seats UK’s ambitious engineering programme through establishing a reliable single source offshore capability with desired quality and with minimum support burden.
 
Andrew Bryson Clarke, VP Engineering of Zodiac Seats UK, said: “We are delighted to formalise our relationship with Tata Technologies. This partnership is important in helping us to continue our progress with our engineering programmes, supporting the delivery of our products. This is an exciting time for Zodiac Seats UK as we take steps to optimise our offerings to our customers.”
 
Nick Sale, COO of Tata Technologies Europe said: “This partnership is a testament to Tata Technologies core value of being close and trusted partners for our customers. We look forward to building on our long-standing relationship with Zodiac Seats UK and supporting them."

 

 

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