L&T Defence Strengthens Composites Manufacturing Infrastructure Towards Production Of BRAHMOS Missile Subsystems


Team DefenceAviationPost 

L&T Defence, the defence arm of engineering, technology and construction major Larsen & Toubro (L&T), today announced the inauguration of a new production line for BRAHMOS Transport Launch Canister (TLC) at Ranoli, near Vadodara to cater to the serial production requirements of BRAHMOS Supersonic Cruise Missile System.

Dr. Sudhir K Mishra, DS & Director General (BrahMos) and CEO & MD, BrahMos Aerospace inaugurated the second production line in the state of Gujarat to manufacture canisters designed for storage, transportation and launch of BRAHMOS missiles. The canister for a missile serves a dual function that provides a container for storage cum transport and launch.

BRAHMOS Missile System, which was successfully test-fired recently, is integrated with L&T manufactured Composite Airframes and two different versions of Transport Launch Canister (TLC). L&T Defence has successfully completed the realisation of the Composite Airframes for the BRAHMOS Missile.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Sudhir K Mishra, DS & Director General (BrahMos) & CEO & MD, BrahMos Aerospace said, “The highly successful BRAHMOS Missile Programme has taken a remarkable lead under the flagship ‘Make In India’ initiative of our Government.

Today, BrahMos has created a robust ecosystem of indigenous defence manufacturing and integration, thus reinforcing and realising the long-cherished dream of self-reliance in this critical sector and the immense contribution of each of our defence industry partner in this direction is highly commendable.”

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Jayant Patil, Whole-Time Director & Sr. Executive Vice-President – Defence Business, Larsen & Toubro said, “We have been associated with the development of BRAHMOS Missile Programme for close to two decades.

Our journey started under the guidance of DRDO to develop indigenous capabilities and facilities for realization of composite airframes, canisters and allied sub-systems for BRAHMOS Missile. Our products have successfully passed applicable qualification tests, and L&T has already started delivering these articles under serial production mode.”

The versatile, multi-role, multi-platform BRAHMOS has been integrated with L&T-manufactured Composite Airframes and two different versions of Transport Launch Canister (TLC). L&T Defence has successfully completed the realisation of Composite Airframes for the tactical missile.

The Advanced Composites Manufacturing Facility of L&T Defence at Ranoli, Vadodara, is geared up for serial production of BRAHMOS TLC. The unit has the accreditation of National Aerospace and Defence Contractors Accreditation Program (NADCAP) towards manufacturing of Aerospace Products.

The Advanced Composites Laboratory at Ranoli, in its efforts towards quality compliance for the ongoing BRAHMOS Programme, has received the Accreditation Certification from National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL).

As a leading Industry partner to BrahMos Aerospace, L&T Defence is augmenting the infrastructure at its Precision Manufacturing & Systems Complex Coimbatore by adding a Composites Facility, which will also cater to the serial production requirements of BRAHMOS Missile Programme. L&T Defence has also been closely involved in the design, development and production of Launchers and Fire Control Systems for the BRAHMOS Naval platforms.

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