Nashik Is The Next Defence Manufacturing Hub Selected By The Centre

After Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu, Centre has selected Nashik as the second defence innovation centre. The proposed innovation centre would help start-ups and other industries involved in manufacturing of components for the defence sector in making the right kind of products, Union Minister of state for defence, Subhash Bhamre told the media.

According to a media report, Bhamre said that the Union Government has decided to promote innovators in defence manufacturing sector.

He said, as a part of this, we recently announced first defence innovation centre at Coimbatore and now Nashik has also been identified as the second defence innovation centre.

This new innovation centre will provide platform to start-ups and innovators in the field of defence innovation and will also make new defence products for the defence-end users like Army, Indian Air Force and Indian Navy, he added. Read More

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