Aarvi Encon plans to hire 200 engineers and designers for various large firms

Aarvi Encon said that with economic activity picking up and investment recycle reviving, demand for engineering services outsourcing is poised to rise.

Sep 20, 2021 03:09 IST India Infoline News Service

Aarvi Encon, NSE-listed, is planning to hire more than 200 engineers and designers for various large companies. For much of 2020 and the initial months of 2021, companies were reluctant to undertake new projects or commit fresh investments in a bid to preserve cash due to the economic uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The trend has reversed now, and many companies are looking at new projects to scale up capacities.

“To begin with, we plan to hire 200 engineers and designers from various engineering disciplines for PMC / EPC companies based in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, and other locations. These engineers and designers will work on engineering projects, most of which are highly technical and complex in nature, with different clients,” said Jaydev Sanghavi, Executive Director of Aarvi Encon.

In India, Mumbai, Delhi / NCR, Chennai, and Vadodara are the hubs of engineering services outsourcing, with an estimated 50,000 engineers or designers from different disciplines engaged in delivering world-class engineering for oil & gas, refineries, petrochemicals, power generation, and other industries.

India is the hub of engineering services outsourcing, and MNC / Indian firms provide their engineering services right from the planning to execution of large and complex projects to large clients in India and internationally.

With its vast domain knowledge, technological know-how, and skilled human resources, Aarvi Encon has a proven track record of more than two decades of providing highly skilled and experienced personnel to leading Indian and multinational companies. The company specialises in engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) and project management consultant (PMC) segments.

At around 3.29 pm, Aarvi Encon was trading at Rs55.50 per piece lower by 3.98% on Sensex. 

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