Rolls-Royce India and South Asia President Kishore Jayaraman speaks about how the company is prioritising sustainability and responding to the changing environment of doing business, the lessons that it has learned from the COVID crisis and the company’s plans for Make in India.
Rolls-Royce’s Global Government Relations Director elaborates on how partnerships and co-creation offer India an accelerated path for capability development, especially in the security and defence sector. Highlights: A sustained focus on reforms, manufacturing, and indigenous capability-building has helped India’s jump in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business report. India’s search to build an indigenous defence industry offers an opportunity for global players to work with Indian counterparts in a closer partnership. Industry 4.0 is a very important area of [...]
Rolls-Royce’s India chief explores the India-UK relationship from the context of manufacturing and technological advancements. India and the UK have been collaborating across multiple fields and at diverse levels. Several UK companies continue to play a major part in supporting India’s development. For example, Rolls-Royce has been supporting Indian Armed Forces since the past 85 years when it powered the first aircraft of both Indian Air Force and the Navy. Today, the share of Indian companies investing in the UK [...]
Rolls-Royce started its relationship with India over 80 years ago with its engines powering the first civil and military aircraft in the country. Chris Cholerton, President – Defence Aerospace at one of the world’s leading manufacturers in the sector, tells ‘India Investment Journal’ how a focus on technology and capability transfer has contributed towards India’s sustainable growth. How is Rolls-Royce supporting the India growth story? Today, as an investor, a high skills employer and a supplier of power systems across [...]