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Adani, Punj Lloyd and Rave tie up for producing defence and aerospace gears

The three companies aim at increasing self-reliance at the tier-I level, which will be critical for system integration of platforms in India

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

DefExpo, defence exhibition
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Group on Wednesday said it has tied-up with and US-based to design and make for and defence.

The collaboration is for manufacturing gears and assemblies mainly for rotary platforms, currently under production in for (Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd), and for future programmes like the naval utility and multi role helicopters, it said.

The company said the tie-up will use the in for exports to global OEMs (original equipment manufacturers), both in the military and civil domain.

"Group...has collaborated with and (USA) for the design, manufacture and assembly of and for rotary platforms at DefExpo 2018," the company said in a statement.

of Defence & said that it is another step in group's vision of creating a "by bringing world-class capabilities to the country. It will help establish new production lines in India, generate employment and build sustainable skills".

The three aim at increasing self-reliance at the tier-I level, which will be critical for system integration of platforms in

The collaboration furthers the indigenisation agenda under the government's 'Make in India' programme and will bring state of the to the country.

This collaboration will enable to achieve indigenisation in one of the most critical components in rotary platforms, Ashok Wadhawan, Manufacturing Business at said.

"We at Rave are extremely excited at the immense potential that unfolds with this collaboration," Rave said.

First Published: Wed, April 11 2018. 21:35 IST
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