India's Tata Technologies has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Vidarbha Defense Industries Association (VDIA) to set up a new aerospace and defense center in Nagpur in the western state of Maharashtra.
The Indian government will help promote technological capabilities and develop skilled resources setting up 'NIRMAN', a not-for-profit common facilitation centre for aerospace and defence and 'UDAN', an initiative to provide competency-based education for engineering institutes and universities, the company said in a statement Monday.
The MoU was signed in the presence of the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri Devendra Fadnavis at the “Made in Vidarbha – Aerospace and Defence” Summit held last week in Nagpur.
The partnership, supported by the Maharashtra government, will promote the state as an aerospace and defence manufacturing and export hub.
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French land systems maker, Nexter has signed two Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Qatars Barzan Holdings to implement a proposed sale of 490 VBCI armored vehicles to the Qatari Army worth an estimated Euro 1.5 billion
Russian Helicopters and Thai company Datagate Limited signed a memorandum of intent on cooperation in setting up a maintenance service center for Russian-made helicopters at the Singapore Airshow. The document was signed by Deputy General Director on Aftersales of Russian Helicopters, Igor Chechikov and Director of Datagate Ms
Romania has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with US-based defence contractor Raytheon for maintenance of Patriot missile defence systems, the countrys economy ministry said Wednesday. According to the MoU signed by Romanian aircraft construction and repair company Aerostar on behalf of the economy ministry, stipulates transfer of technology and technical assistance necessary for the modernization and upgrading of existing equipment, as well as the provision of technical support for Patriot missile systems, Reuters reports
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