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Written by James   
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Bangalore: Diversified engineering services provider, QuEST Global Engineering announced today that it would be making Singapore its International Headquarters with effect from April 1, 2010.

In a major business move, QuEST Global Engineering is consolidating its global operations and ownership of entities and setting up an 60 member team in Singapore with an investment of around USD 50 million over the next 5 years.

QuEST Global Engineering provides diversified engineering services with core domain expertise in aerospace, automotive, consumer electronics, industrial products, nuclear engineering, power generation, oil & gas, and transportation verticals.

In support of the company’s decision, the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) has granted the International Headquarters (IHQ) Award, to QuEST Global Services Pvt Ltd.

"We are pleased to receive the IHQ award from the EDB and will be looking at setting up key engineering centers of excellence at our Singapore Headquarters in the coming years. We also intend to move senior management team to Singapore. This is as a significant step in our vision to become a USD 500 M organization by 2015," said Ajit Prabhu, CEO and Co-Founder,  QuEST Global Engineering.

This is a significant move for QuEST Global Engineering, a move which clearly depicts Singapore’s rise as an international business hub and as a leading engineering services centre. Singapore’s strong talent pool, excellent market connectivity, coupled with its vibrant oil & gas and aerospace sectors are key reasons why QuEST Global Engineering has decided to locate its international headquarters in Singapore.

"We’re delighted to welcome a leading fast-growth company like QuEST Global Engineering into Singapore. QuEST’s decision to locate its international headquarters in Singapore, together with its plans to set up engineering centres of excellence, is testament to Singapore’s attractiveness as a home for companies to manage and drive their global business growth," said Mr. Liang Ting Wee, EDB’s Director (Energy, Chemicals & Engineering Services).

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