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Tata A&D looks to make mark in DefExpo, eyes mega tender for combat planes

TASL's executives explain that the company's expertise lies in setting up production facilities in quick time, with mature processes for transferring work packages from global customers

Tata A&D looks to make mark in DefExpo, eyes mega tender for combat planes
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TASL is looking for a share in the world’s biggest fighter acquisition, New Delhi’s multi-billion-dollar tender for 114 multi-role combat aircraft (MRCA)

Ajai Shukla Hyderabad
One of the big splashes at the forthcoming Defence Exposition 2022 (DefExpo 22 for short) could be registered by one of India’s fastest-growing aerospace and defence (A&D) manufacturers — Tata Advanced Systems Limited (TASL), also known as Tata A&D.

Earlier this year, The Boeing Company chose TASL as its “Supplier of the Year, 2022”, in the teeth of fierce competition from 11,000 supplier companies. Meanwhile, the defence ministry entrusted TASL to be India’s first private firm to build and deliver an aircraft in flyaway condition to the military — the C-295 tactical airlifter, which TASL is to build in partnership

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First Published: Oct 16 2022 | 7:06 PM IST

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