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Indian Aerospace takes flight in 2016

Soumik Ghosh | June 29, 2016
Mahindra Aerospace is the first private company to manufacture aircrafts in India. The man at the helm, Arvind Mehra shares the company’s vision and its roadmap for the ‘Make in India’ initiative, and how it gives wings to Indian manufacturing.

'Make-in-India' has brought additional focus to it. As a group, when we decided on our strategy, we were always prepared that if you are the best value service provider, you will create an opportunity to produce within India.

And what about future expansion plans?

Our future plans are to bring the aircraft to the emerging markets, which is India. It's a large country with a network of airfields which are under-utilized right now. There are rugged strips which we can land, or take off from. The same is going to apply to China. Both countries also have a large number of waterways, and we're developing an amphibious aircraft on floats right now to take advantage of that opportunity as well.

Source: Computerworld India 

 

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