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AXISCADES of India Chooses Tucson, Arizona For New Engineering Center

August 29, 2018

AXISCADES, one of India’s major technology solutions providers headquartered in Bangalore, India, recently announced the company’s expansion into Tucson, Arizona, where it will create hundreds of jobs primarily in mechanical and electrical engineering.

AXISCADES is a global provider of innovative engineering solutions for the mining, construction, aerospace, defense, automotive, energy and healthcare industries, key targeted sectors for economic development in Southern Arizona.

AXISCADES plans to create a projected 320 jobs over the next five years, primarily in mechanical and electrical engineering, as well as finance, research & development, HR, sales and project management.

The new Tucson operation will expand the company’s ability to provide engineering services to U.S.-based manufacturers, particularly, mining clients in Southern Arizona.

We chose Tucson to be closer to Caterpillar, one of our key customers, as well as other clients in the mining industry,” said Mritunjay Singh, CEO and Executive Director of AXISCADES. “The entire region is strong not only in mining but also other key AXISCADES strategic growth areas such as aerospace, defense and healthcare.”

The company has leased office space at 177 North Church Avenue in downtown Tucson. AXISCADES joins name brands such as Caterpillar, Hexagon Mining, Ernst & Young, Tucson Electric Power and Madden Media and others that have expanded operations in Tucson’s core.

The company plans to work closely with University of Arizona and ASU in recruiting and training graduates.

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