As part of the deal, LTTS opened a dedicated Global Engineering Center (GEC) in Chennai, to complement Dometic’s product engineering roadmap.
The GEC will bring in capabilities to design and develop best in class products for Dometic’s global clientele. The center will support mechanical, embedded and connectivity areas across product lines, technologies and regions.
Dometic has also partnered with LTTS for transformation of their Product Lifecycle and to set up a Center of Excellence for testing & validation of products. The core objective of LTTS’ engineering services proposition is to accelerate Dometic’s time to market and support its exciting product roadmap.
“Our ambitious growth plan includes new product and market areas, more focus on aftermarket and closer co-operation with our current and new supply base. This will require a new and more dynamic way of working to reduce our time to market,” said Dr. Anton Lundqvist, CTO – Dometic.
“We also see rapid changes in the marketplace, new generations with new expectations, connected products and related services, power and energy with electrical vehicles, renewable energy and general demand for sustainable products,” added Dr. Lundqvist.
To meet these new demands, Dr. Lundqvist pointed that the company has partnered with LTTS with the aim to leverage from the company’s globally acclaimed engineering services and multi-vertical expertise.
“With a rich Intellectual Property portfolio comprising of close to 500 technology patents and track record of being a strategic engineering partner to global firms across product development and smart PLM, we are confident of enabling product engineering-based value addition to Dometic’s industry-leading product lines,” said Seema Ghanekar, Global Head of Industrial and Consumer Products – L&T Technology Services.