Union MSME Minister Giriraj Singh Visits Pushpak’s Areospace Division At Jalahalli, Bengaluru.

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Union MSME minister Giriraj Singh visited Pushpak Products India Ltd’s Areospace division and Czech Business Incubator at Jalahalli, Bengaluru.

The minister was accompanied with a team of Goverment officials from NSIC, MSME, COIR board, KADHI udyog.

“They appreciated our journey of 25years from zero and also saw our other activities like VVPAT assemblies and Czech business incubator,” said Mr

Pushpak Prakash ,
Managing Director
Pushpak Products India Ltd and Defence supplier group

The products manufactured at Pushpak were exhibited and the visiting team was explained how Indian space research organisation, Bharat Electronics Limited, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited are trusting and supporting MSME by providing critical nation building projects and opportunities for scaling up with PSU.

“We are the part of major Nation building projects like, MARS mission, MOON mission, PSLV, GSLV, VVPT, ADUSAT, Kaveri engine, LCA and many more,” added Mr Pushpak Prakash.

“Our sincere thanks to ISRO, BEL, HAL, DRDO for considering and giving the opportunities to Pushpak for their prestigious nation building projects.”

He added that the incubator is supported by Czech Embasy, Czech trade, AMSP CR (msme Assosiation of Czech Republic) to create the platform for Indian MSME and Czech MSME to explore the business opportunities bilaterally without any initial investment.

It may be noted here that Presently around 6 companies are utilising this facility and one joint venture has started successfully.

In the next two years, plans are to increase the number of companies to 15 to support Make In iIndia and Make in Karnataka program.

“We are Also planning to support startups from Czech Republic to explore the possibilities in Karnataka,” said Mr a Prakash.

Pushpak has given the proposal of Coir composite technology park, common facility center and Skill Devlopment Acodamy at Bidadi to The MSME Minister, he added.

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