Adani steps up presence at Aero India, on lookout for more defence acquisitions


The Adani group has stepped up its presence at Aero India – it has the biggest display area at the show – after its acquisition of Bengaluru based Alpha Design, with senior executives saying that the plan is to buy into more aerospace and defence companies in India.

Adani Defence, which kicked off its production facility for UAVs in partnership with Israel’s Elbit last year, says that it has a good chance in the ongoing competition to manufacture 111 naval utility helicopters in India  and has made a recent pitch to the government for a new range of UAVs for the armed forces.

“Things are looking positive in the naval utility helicopter program and we are displaying our capabilities from helicopter gears to systems and avionics.   Read More

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