Ashok Leyland announced Friday that the company has won a tender to supply defence tracked combat vehicle to the Indian Army.
According to the press release, the company will collaborate with combat vehicles research and development establishment (CVRDE), Chennai, for manufacture, assembly and testing of light weight clutch for the design and development of weight optimized 1500 hp automatic transmission for main battle tanks.
Amandeep Singh, Head - Defence, Ashok Leyland, said, “For over three decades, Ashok Leyland has been a vital part of our Defence forces through our mobility solutions. As part of our strategy to enhance our contribution to our Defence Forces and to expand our business scope within our focus area of ‘Solutions for Mobility on Land’, we have been working on Tracked Vehicles. With this win, we mark yet another milestone where we start working on the Tracked Vehicles that our soldiers use”.
Indias Ashok Leyland will deliver 81 high mobility 10x10 vehicles for the Indian Armys Russian-built Smerch Multi-Barrel Rocket launchers (MBRL) as well to carry strategic missiles developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). “The delivery will start in this financial year and will be completed in the next financial year,” said Amandeep Singh, head of Defense, Ashok Leyland was quoted as saying by
Saab and Ashok Leyland have joined hands to manufacture Truck Simulators in India under the Make in India concept. The two companies signed a teaming agreement in the end of 2015
Ashok Leyland announced its “ strategy for growth that leverages our capabilities involving expanding our product lines and integration global weapon systems with our mobility platforms” at DEFEXPO 2014. Ashok Leyland and SAAB have signed a partnership agreement to deliver High Mobility Vehicles for SAABs BAMSE Short Range Surface to Air Missile(SRSAM) system
Saab and Ashok Leyland have joined forces to compete for the Indian Army Short Range Surface to Air Missile (SRSAM) air defence programme, with a new solution that combines the Saab BAMSE missile system with Ashok high-mobility vehicles. The Saab BAMSE SRSAM is an all-weather, all-target, air defence missile system that can be deployed to protect fixed and mobile assets
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Truck manufacturer Ashok Leyland today announced three new products – Armoured Stallion, Armoured Bus and Mine Protected Vehicle – at DEFEXPO 2010. “Our entry into armoured vehicles is in answer to an ever-increasing demand from the Armed Forces for well-engineered, high-mobility, high protection, tactical vehicles that can be used in counter-insurgency and counter-terrorist operations,” said Mr
Indias Ashok Leyland has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Israeli Elbit Systems to provide High Mobility vehicles (HMV) for mounting Elbit Systems artillery guns and systems. The integrated systems are targeted for worldwide export markets, the company said in a statement Wednesday
The Indian Defence Procurement Board (DPB) has accorded Acceptance of Necessity (AoN) for procurement of Night Sight(TI) for approximately 1500 7.62mm MAG 58 2A1 Medium Machine Guns (MMG)
The Indian Army has issued the request for information (RFI) last week to launch the procurement process for remotely piloted aircraft system capable of detecting and combat foreign military formations and activities at forward bases, especially along the border with China. According to the RFI, the Army is looking such a system that can operate at a height of over 18,000 feet or 5,500 meters, and would require only about 30 minutes and two soldiers for complete assembly in posts located at higher altitudes
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