Tuesday, August 16, 2022

The ICAD Group announces commencement of operations In India

“India is an emerging market & we at the ICAD Group will work closely with YIAPL & other Airport Companies/AAI to deliver signature airport projects in India through the Indian subsidiary – ICAD Airports Pvt. Ltd.  We are happy to announce that NOIDA International Airport would be the 45th Airport Project that ICAD has undertaken, globally’

— Ghassan Sayegh, Group CEO, ICAD Group

In a move to strengthen its focus on Aviation/Airports and Emerging Technologies, a holistic multi-disciplinary one of a kind Global Technology Corporation, ICAD Group announced its foothold in the Indian. Earlier, a LOI was signed between Christoph Schnellmann CEO – Noida International Airport and Ghassan Sayegh CEO ICAD Group and Syed Feroz Mehdi – Director – Intl Ops – ICAD.

Speaking on ICAD’s foray into the Emerging Indian Aviation Market, Ghassan Sayegh, Group CEO, ICAD Group said, ‘India is an emerging market & we at the ICAD Group will work closely with YIAPL & other Airport Companies/AAI to deliver signature airport projects in India through the Indian subsidiary – ICAD Airports Pvt. Ltd.  We are happy to announce that NOIDA International Airport would be the 45th Airport Project that ICAD has undertaken, globally.’

“We are delighted to partner with ICAD in their first engagement in India. We support multiple Public Private Partnership (PPP) airports in India and globally. We look forward to extending our digital and aviation capabilities to define the growth of NIA.”

— Jasvinder Singh, Enterprise Cluster Head, Wipro Limited

Satya Easwaran, Country Head – India, Wipro Limited, said, “This is an extremely proud moment for us. It marks Wipro’s entry as Master Systems Integration (MSI) consultant supporting ICAD to design and implement the Airport Integration Platform for NIA, which is planned to be the largest greenfield airport in Asia.”

Jasvinder Singh, Enterprise Cluster Head, Wipro Limited, said, “We are delighted to partner with ICAD in their first engagement in India. We support multiple Public Private Partnership (PPP) airports in India and globally. We look forward to extending our digital and aviation capabilities to define the growth of NIA.”

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