Are you a Scandinavian MEP service provider or manufacturer who has a shortage of manpower – What about Indian MEP engineers?
Are You an Indian MEP engineer wanting to work abroad – What about Scandinavia?
We at Santrupti Oy provide a bridge between Indian MEP engineers and the Scandinavian companies. Santrupti’s presence both in India and Finland as well as our founder’s engineering background allows us to offer a unique placement service for Indian MEP engineers in Scandinavia. We carefully filter the candidates based on the client’s job requirements as well as we assist both ends in recruitment, resident permit and placement processes. Most of the engineers have gained their international experience in the Middle East and South East Asia. We also provide an online seminar to all chosen engineers regarding the typical MEP technologies and solutions used in Scandinavia in order to prepare them for their future role.
India offers the largest English-speaking pool of MEP engineers in the world. Every year 500,000+ MEP engineers graduate in India. The total MEP engineering workforce is about 8 million university educated professionals. Indian engineers have a large presence around the world, like in the US, Canada, UK, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand. With such a vast pool of qualified people, Scandinavian companies can choose professionals for a variety of MEP jobs.
Some of the world’s leading architects, contractors and MEP designers originate in Scandinavia (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden). The same region is famous for its sustainable and energy efficient buildings. Every year more engineers retire than those who graduate resulting in the need for over 20,000 MEP engineers. Salaries are attractive in comparison to India or the Middle East. It is a region where living standards are high, education and healthcare are free and work-life balance is healthy. Scandinavia is an exceptional place to raise Your family!!!
We already have clients in Scandinavia who recruit Indian engineers. We also have a growing number of engineers from India wanting to be placed in Scandinavia. Why not join them now?