India-based AXISCADES Locates Operations in Greenville, South Carolina
Founded in 1990, AXISCADES provides innovative engineering, technology, manufacturing and digital expertise to the aerospace, defense, heavy engineering, automotive, energy and medical equipment sectors.
According to state officials, to help navigate the economic development process in South Carolina, AXISCADES participated in the state’s Landing Pad program, which aims to assist established companies looking to enter the U.S. or South Carolina markets for the first time. A collaborative effort between the S.C. Department of Commerce and the state’s regional economic development alliances, the program helps companies with a variety of issues and services, including regulation, taxation and translation, as well as finding suitable office space.
“The rising use of digital technology is leading to a significant change in manufacturing, product creation and aftermarket mechanisms. While these trends are reshaping the industry, we at AXISCADES have envisioned our way forward to create more opportunities. I believe this is an exciting time to set up our office in South Carolina. While we see a great future by building comprehensive strategies to deliver in this new ecosystem, it will be important to remain agile and build on competencies, value propositions and relations that deliver success in the changing dynamics of the business world,” said AXISCADES Inc. CEO Ajay Sarin.
“Whenever a new company decides to invest within our borders, it marks the beginning of a partnership that we know will benefit South Carolinians for a long time. I look forward to watching AXISCADES thrive in the state and make a positive impact in Greenville County and beyond,” said Governor Henry McMaster.
“South Carolina’s positive business climate and excellent workforce continue to attract businesses from all around the world. Congratulations to AXISCADES, and welcome to Greenville County and South Carolina,” Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt added.
“AXISCADES was attracted to Upstate South Carolina due to the great opportunities in our growing aerospace, engineering, automotive and medical equipment fields. As a globally respected business focused on technology solutions and customer service, we welcome them to Greenville County,” said Greenville County Council Chairman and Greenville Area Development Corporation Board Member H.G. "Butch" Kirven.
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