The first economic trade visit to India by the Prime Minister of the UK resulted in business deals worth £ 1.2 billion amongst Uk and Indian companies.
Some of the deals included
Airbus, as well as Dynamatic, have unveiled their infrastructure investment, which is crucial for the speed, directions, and balance tests of high-tech guided rails that suit the wings of the aircraft. They are manufactured but assembled in Bangalore in Dynamatic’s Swindon and Bristol facilities. Dynamatic has concluded a 205 million pounds contract, of which 120 million pounds are going to help the UK economy, which would create more than 60 new jobs in the two UK sites in Dynamatic.
In major Indian cities, such as Delhi as well as Mumbai, Dyson is slated to start stores as well as plans to launch its business in India in 2017, generating around £150 million in sales over the next five years.
Two major UK is leading healthcare professionals, as well as several strategic and financial deals with the Institute of Hygiene of the United King (IUIH), estimated £300 million to million had been signed between Ernst with Young UK Hospital, Ernst with Young UK, as well as Pricewaterhouse Coopers.
Investing £14 to £15 million in a groundbreaking diagnostic center in India, Westminster Healthcare is planned to begin in January 2017. The UK’s goods and services export value is about 10 million pounds, with a turnover of 75 million pounds over five years.
In the next 3 to five years, the Gurr Johns deal will generate revenue totaling 50 million pounds. He-Man Dual Controls build the Chennai production plant with the overall investments and export value of 800 000 pounds during the next five years.
As part of its Indian expansion plans, Equiniti India is expected to invest an additional £3.1 million. Around EUR 1,5 million will be invested in the construction of a state-of-the-art Hyderabad factory by Pandrol Rahee Technologies Pvt Ltd. In the next five years, the plant will manufacture advanced Ferrocarril clips with a turnover of £ 45-50,000,000.