UPS inaugurated its first technology centre in Chennai, India. The new centre is focused on innovations that make it easier for UPS’s customers to do business. It was officially inaugurated by Thiru M.K. Stalin, the Honorable Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu along with Dr. T. R. B. Rajaa, Minister for Industries, Investment Promotion, and Commerce, Bala Subramanian, EVP & Chief Digital and Technology Offer for UPS and Darrell Ford Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer for UPS.
Bala Subramanian, EVP & Chief Digital and Technology Officer at UPS, said, “We’re very excited to be here and grateful to the government of Tamil Nadu for their support as we open our first technology centre in India. At UPS, we don’t just provide jobs, but open doors to fulfilling careers. UPS is the world’s leader in logistics and India is growing its logistics capabilities – we are here to create a win-win relationship.”
Dr. Subramani “Subbu” Ramakrishan, Vice President for UPS Technology Centres in India, will lead the facility.UPS’s technology centres are committed to offering career opportunities. Networking and upskillingprogrammes will complement UPS’s partnership with the government on initiatives like the NaanMudhalvan Scheme internship program. Around 100 talented people have already been hired in Chennai with plans to hire 350 by the end of 2023 and up to 1,000 by 2025 across India.