Ship Repair Facility To Give 6000 Jobs: Nitin Gadkari

Ship Repair Facility To Give 6000 Jobs: Nitin Gadkari

Union minister for shipping, road transport and highways Nitin Gadkari takes a look at the replica of the international ship repair facility (ISRF) to be set up by Cochin Shipyard Ltd

The project is scheduled to be completed in two years

Kochi: The Rs 970-crore ISRF facility is coming up at Willingdon Island on a 40-acre land given on lease by the

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4 Shipyards In Battle For 6 Hi-Speed Landing Craft

4 Shipyards In Battle For 6 Hi-Speed Landing Craft

The Navy wants the HSLC to transport tanks, armoured vehicles, equipment and cargo of at least 65 tonnes, plus a minimum of 180 troops, from ship to shore

Pushing towards developing the Indian Navy’s amphibious warfare capabilities, four major local shipyards are in a race to construct six high speed landing craft (HSLC) that will strengthen the c

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India’s Cochin Shipyard Wins Order For Eight Anti – Submarine Ships

India’s Cochin Shipyard Wins Order For Eight Anti – Submarine Ships
India’s Cochin Shipyard Wins Order For Eight Anti – Submarine Ships

India is emerging as a business market for the futuristic companies to invest and gain out of the potential of the domestic Indian market. The plan in regard to the country’s growth is based on providing not only foreign investment but also the domestic, private and public companies to gain out of the new policies in regard to business standards.

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GSL Fulfils Order For 6 Coast Guard Ships

GSL Fulfils Order For 6 Coast Guard Ships
GSL Fulfils Order For 6 Coast Guard Ships

Panaji: Goa Shipyard Limited (GSL) has made history in Indian defence shipbuilding, delivering the last of six offshore patrol vessels (OPV) to the Indian Coast Guard ahead of the time stipulated by the contract. GSL has already commenced work on the follow-on order for five more offshore patrol vessels, which chairman and managing director

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First Scorpene Submarine To Be Commissioned Soon

First Scorpene Submarine To Be Commissioned Soon
First Scorpene Submarine To Be Commissioned Soon

Indigenous submarine production schedule goes for a toss

by Amrita Nair-Ghaswalla

Cancellations and delays have bogged the Indian Navy’s plans to induct the Scorpene class submarine, a critical asset for the forces. Though the first Scorpene submarine Kalvari was delivered in September to the Indian Navy at the Mazagon Dock shipyard, its c

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