Thales Sees India Operations Headcount At 3,000 in 2-3 Years

VELIZY (FRANCE): Global technology major Thales expects the total strength of its India operations and related ecosystem to double to 3,000 people in next 2-3 years as it bets big on the country. 

The French multinational company is involved in various sectors, including aerospace, transport, defence and security markets. 

"India is among the top three priority countries for Thales And that is not a surprise when we look at size of Indian economy, the market and dynamism of the country, Thales Chairman and CEO Patrice Caine told reporters here. 

Caine said that the company will strengthen its presence in India by increasing overall head-count and infusing more investments.

"It is an ambition that we have to make it happen and clearly it demonstrates that we do believe in India. In terms of market, also in terms of level of education and engineers in India, it is really good definitely India ticks the boxes on all of those," he added. 

Thales' India footprint includes its operations, various joint ventures and ecosystem as well as Gemalto and Guavus (companies acquired by Thales). Together, these ventures add up to a strength of about 1,500, a number that could well surge to over 3,000 in 2-3 years, according to data provided by a company spokesperson. 

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