Myanmar’s Defence Team Visits Tata Motors’ Sanand Unit

A high-level defence officials delegation from Myanmar visited the Sanand facility of Tata Motors on Monday. The company is counted among one of the few Indian automotive firms to have an entire range of wheeled-defence mobility solutions across segments.

Led by senior general Min Aung Hlaing, Commander-in-Chief Defence Services, Myanmar the delegation’s visit was part of Hlaing’s eight-day visit to India aimed at strengthening ties between the two nations.

The company’s head of international business, Rudrarup Maitra was present during the visit, along with other senior officials from the Embassy of Myanmar in New Delhi and the Embassy of Indian in Yangon. Officials from the Indian Army as well as the Gujarat government were also part of the visiting delegation.

The company showcased it’s product range and technological capabilities to the delegation and gave a tour of the manufacturing plant.

A company statement here claimed that the delegation and especially the Senior General evinced a keen interest in the Tata Motors product range and the technology and process capabilities at Tata Motors.

Tata Motors has recently signed a contract for the supply of 3,192 units of the Tata Safari Storme to the Indian Armed Forces, under a new category of vehicles. Tata Motors’ Defence Solutions offers its customers a wide range of vehicles in the light, medium and heavy category. These include logistics, tactical, armoured and specialist vehicles. Tata Motors has been associated with the country’s off-road defence and security forces, since 1958 and has supplied over 1,50,000 vehicles to the Indian Military and Paramilitary forces, so far. Tata Motors exports its range of specialised defence vehicles to the SAARC, ASEAN and African regions.

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