HISTORY AND CREDENTIALS
Kestral was founded by Liaquat Ali Baig, the current CEO. An industrial engineering graduate from the United States, Baig initially established Kestral to represent Pratt & Whitney Canada.
Developing a reputation for innovation, trust and professionalism, Kestral soon expanded to provide local engineering and technical support to many American and European companies. Over the past decades, Kestral International has grown to a multinational company and diversified into sectors including aviation, construction, defense, engineering services and maritime.
The difference is our approach
Kestral International’s unique approach to its sales and support remit is at the heart of its business success. We have a ‘one window’ approach to client relationships, an adherence to the leading international project management protocols and stringent quality assurance and quality control procedures. From planning and managing complex defense programmes to niche counter threat installation, Kestral has completed well over 200 successful projects.
The difference is our people
Kestral International employs hundreds of specialists, offering literally hundreds of years of relevant expertise. Our people are our most valuable asset; from our team in Washington D.C., skilled in government procurement, to our engineers, IT specialists, project managers, product experts, and technical support staff, all are behind the values of empowerment, entrepreneurship, personal excellence and teamwork that drive the company.
The difference is our coverage
With 10 offices and 3 representatives located in strategically important countries, Kestral can offer local advice and support in diverse geographies. More than that, all of our offices adhere and invest in International Service Level Agreements to produce sustainable and integrated solutions, ensuring that we deliver the same client experience and satisfaction everywhere.
The difference is Kestral International
The Kestral International service comprises: pre-contract liaison, marketing and sales support, legal and financial guidance, negotiation and bid process advice, local site visits and site clearance reviews, local import, customs and transport provision, technical and engineering support and after-sales assistance, including service and maintenance agreements and the provision of spares.