Bombardier Aerospace, on Tuesday, opened its engineering service office (ESO) here.

The office, which now employs about 20 people, will house about 50 engineers before 2013, a release says.

The ESO will support Bombardier's in production and in development aircraft programmes by providing assistance to the company and more than 400 engineers at its partners' offices in the areas of complex engineering structure design, advanced stress analysis and project management services.

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