A.P. Moller-Maersk is hiring more than 200 engineers at its new Centre of Excellence in Bengaluru to help the world’s biggest containerlinein its digital transformation, The Hindu newspaper is reporting.
The new Maersk employees will work on technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and big data analytics to mine hidden insights, drive automation and improve customer experience.
“We will invest in world-class talent around data and digital engineering and automation. We are aggressively hiring for those roles,” said Navneet Kapoor, head of Maersk’s Global Service Centres, in an interview with The Hindu. “Initially we are looking for experienced engineers. Later we will go to the (college) campuses,” said Kapoor, who joined Maersk in April from Target India, where he was the president and managing director.