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Tatas keen to work with RUAG for building full aircraft

Hyderabad, June 23 (IANS) Tata Advanced Systems Ltd. (TASL) is keen to work with RUAG, an international group for aerospace and defence, to build a full-fledged aircraft, said TASL chairman S. Ramadorai Monday."Our vision is to work with RUAG in having a full aircraft equipped with systems flying out from Tatas' final assembly. This will be of significant importance to the Indian armed forces in their...
Source : Chennaionline |
Category : Headlines | City : Hyderabad

Tata-Sikorsky JV makes indigenous S-92 helicopter cabin

Tata Aerospace Chairman S. Ramdorai at the Adhibhatla facility on the outskirts of Hyderabad after rolling out the indigenously developed S92 Aero cabin. PHOTO: A Prabhakar RaoThe joint venture between Tata Advanced Systems and Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation has just rolled out its first fully indigenously made S-92 Sikorsky helicopter cabin.All 5,000 precision components necessary for making the h...
Source : Business Today |
Category : Business

Tatas keen to work with RUAG to build full aircraft

Hyderabad, June 23 : Tata Advanced Systems Ltd (TASL) is keen to work with RUAG, an international group for aerospace and defence, to build a full-fledged aircraft, TASL chairman S. Ramadorai said Monday."Our vision is to work with RUAG in having a full aircraft equipped with systems flying out from Tatas' final assembly. This will be of significant importance to the Indian armed forces in their desire...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Business | City : Hyderabad

Godrej builds, delivers BrahMos missile components (With Images)

Godrej Aerospace Thursday handed over the first batch of 40 sets of airframe assemblies to BrahMos Aerospace Pvt Ltd (BAPL) for its supersonic cruise missile, an official said...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Tata Steel plans to build 15 million pound furnace at UK plant

steel giant Tata Steel has confirmed plans to construct a new 15-million pound furnace at its South Yorkshire plant in the UK to enable it to tap into new market opportunities and develop innovative new products for the aerospace industry.The vacuum induction melting (VIM) furnace at its Stocksbridge unit will enable the firm to increase its supply of high-purity steel to the aerospace industry and...
Source : Ndtv |
Category : Others | City : London

Godrej delivers BrahMos missile components

Godrej Aerospace handed over the first batch of 40 sets of airframe assemblies to BrahMos Aerospace Pvt Ltd (BAPL) for its supersonic cruise missile.Quotes...
Source : Yahoo Finance |
Category : Personal Finance

Smaller players too show interest in MiG-29, AN-32 overhaul

On the heels of bigger players like Tatas and Max Aerospace evincing interest in overhauling MiG-29 and AN-32 aircraft, around half a dozen more firms have responded to the request for information (RFI) floated bySo far, the IAF has received 12 responses to the RFI, of which 5-6 are from firms whose names have not even been heard of. They claim to be operating in the aerospace sector, but it seems...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Nagpur

Vector Aerospace to build first Asian facility in Seletar

AMCANADIAN aircraft maintenance and repair firm Vector Aerospace is building its first Asian facility at Seletar Aerospace Park.    ...
Source : Straits Times |
Category : Business

GMR eyes nod for buying out partner's stake in MRO facility

The MRO facility being operated under the name of MAS GMR Aerospace Engineering Company Ltd (MGAECL) was set up at an investment of around Rs 350 crore.MR Group may buyout the entire 50 percent stake owned by its partner Malaysian Aerospace Engineering in an aircraft maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) unit located at an SEZ near Hyderabad International Airport.The decision to acquire the stake came...
Source : Moneycontrol |
Category : Business

GMR Seeks Nod for Buying out Partner's Stake in MRO Facility: Report

Group may buyout the entire 50 per cent stake owned by its partner Malaysian Aerospace Engineering in an aircraft maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) unit located at an SEZ near Hyderabad International Airport.The decision to acquire the stake came after the Malaysian partner expressed inability to infuse more funds into the loss making MRO facility, sources said.The Malaysian Aerospace Engineering...
Source : Ndtv |
Category : Others | City : Hyderabad
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