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Confident of winning future infantry combat vehicle order: Tata Motors

Tata Motors is one of the 5 entities competing for the order to supply about 2,600 units of FICV

Swaraj Baggonkar  |  Mumbai 

Tata Motors, one of the largest defence equipment suppliers to the armed forces, is confident of bagging the Rs 60,000-crore order to produce and supply future infantry combat vehicles (FICV) to the Indian Army. Tata Motors is one of the five entities competing for the order to supply about 2,600 units of the FICV. Mahindra & Mahindra, Reliance Defence, L&T, Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) are the other companies in the fray. "We were expecting a decision to come in before Christmas from the ministry of defence, but as we know it, it has been delayed by only a few days. ...


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First Published: Sat, December 24 2016. 01:00 IST