Jindal Stainless and MSME Tech Center will make value-added products for defence, aerospace, know details here
JSL and the Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Technology Centre Visakhapatnam have an agreement for the production of value-added products for the missile and satellite launch vehicle segments, which would bolster India's aerospace and defence manufacturing sector. Products produced by this agreement will be utilised in a variety of parts, including rocket motor boosters, missile launcher frames, motor casings, and missile wings.
An agreement has been made between Jindal Stainless and the MSME Technology Centre Visakhapatnam for the production of value-added items used in satellite and missile launches.
In a statement released on Saturday, Jindal Stainless Limited (JSL) stated that the partnership will improve the production of vital parts and subassemblies for the creation of equipment in the aerospace, defence, and other industries.
JSL announced that it has reached an agreement with the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Technology Centre, Visakhapatnam, to produce value-added goods for the missile and satellite launch vehicle segments to bolster India's aerospace and defence manufacturing sector. This agreement calls for the manufacturing of parts and subassemblies for aerospace and defence systems that are machined and fabricated from unique alloys.
JSL said the products made under this agreement will be used in various components such as motor casings, missile wings, missile launcher structures and rocket motor boosters.
JSL Managing Director Abhyudaya Jindal said that through this MoU, we aim to deliver high-quality products with increased efficiency in the defence and aerospace sectors. The move, aligned with the Prime Minister's Self-reliant India initiative, will contribute to reducing imports and dependency.
In recent years, JSL has provided materials for significant projects run by the Indian Space and Research Organisation (ISRO) and the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), such as the satellite launchers PSLV, GSLV Mk-3, Chandrayaan, and Gaganyaan. Among the top 10 stainless steel groups worldwide, JSL is the biggest stainless steel company in India.