Paris, December 27, 2017
Trigo Group has started its aerospace cluster development program in cooperation with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) to uplift India’s small and medium enterprises' quality standards and production. The goal of this 18-month program is to help new players within the Indian economy from many different sectors enter the aerospace market, while guiding and developing companies that are currently contributing to this highly demanding sector. This project will be organized by CII and executed by Trigo.
The program officially started on December 18, 2017 with interactive workshops to explain the structure, schedule of the activities and technical content for participants.
The main objective of the cluster program is to build the essential capabilities needed to enter the aerospace market. This includes developing awareness of aerospace quality standards and expectations; preparing for ISO / AS certifications and systems; tackling quality issues through common or individual action plans; enhancing awareness of special processes relevant for the sector. Participating companies will be placed in three different groups, according to their current level of certification.
"This is an exciting day for CII and TRIGO but most importantly for the Indian aerospace market. The program enables us to open doors which are usually closed to various companies across the country, offering a unique chance to participate in the fast growing aerospace industry." said Emmanuel Marquis, Executive Vice President of Trigo Aerospace and Heavy Transportation Business Line.