EXCLUSIVE: Travel With DefenceAviationPost.com To Manufacturing Facilities of Major Defence Manufacturers in India

As India gears up to place some major orders in the Defence sector in the coming days under the Make in India initiative, DefenceAviationPost.com (your one point stop for news on Defence and Aviation) has decided to bring for its readers a special series that will include visits to various facilities of leading public and private sector players in the defence sector as also detailed interactions and interviews with the who’s who in the Defence sector.


To begin with and under this initiative, DefenceAviationPost.com visited the shipbuilding facilities of L&T at Kattupalli near Chennai. During the day long visit, the Founder&Editor of DefenceAviationPost.com, Anupama Airy met with the senior hierarchy of the company both at the facilities and at L&T Shipbuilding headquarters in Chennai.

Later, a detailed interaction followed with the Vice President of L&T Defence Shipbuilding, K S Nathan in Chennai and with the Senior Vice President, Head Defence & Aerospace, Member of the Board L&T Heavy Engineering, Jayant D Patil at L&T’s headquarters in Mumbai.

We bring to you a detailed account of this visit and meetings with the L&T brass, through our coverage that includes interviews, a detailed presentation on the company’s shipbuilding facilities, as made by DefenceAviationPost.com and a collection of pictures that we took during this visit.

In the days to come and through similar such visits that DefenceAviationPost.com has planned with the leading players in India’s defence sector, we aim to provide a first-hand account of information for our readers.

(Watch out for more in the days to come.)

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