Larsen and Turbo Technology (L&T) Technology Services announces to open its new Engineering, Research, and Development (ER&D) center in Toronto, Canada. This is the third global design center of L&T after having two ERD centers in France and Polland.
This new center will address Canada-based clients to develop solutions for digital products. It will be the nearshore site for many American-based customers, and plans to hire more than 100 engineers in the next 12-24 months.
Amit Chanda, Chief Executive Officer of L&T Technology Services, stated that through this new center in Toronto, customers from Canada and North America would use the company’s cutting-edge technology and digital products.
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This center can focus on developing digital solutions for the transportation sectors like railway engineering. Besides railway engineering, the new L&T center can also build applications for digital asset management, sensors, advanced mobility solutions, communications systems, and digital flyboard.
The inauguration of this new ER&D center in Toronto is a significant step towards further strengthening the two countries’ relationship and encouraging the Canada-India economic corridor.