Zorya-Mashproekt signs new contracts to supply power equipment for Indian Navy ships
Zorya-Mashproekt (Mykolaiv) is extending military and technical cooperation with India.
According to the plant's press service, during the ninth International Defense Exhibition DEFEXPO 2016, held in South Goa (India) on March 28-31, Zorya-Mashproekt and the Ministry of Defense of India signed two new contracts for the supply of energy equipment for Indian Navy ships.
"The parties have achieved agreement on the launch of a vast program of engine overhauls under the existing contracts. The first batch of equipment from the Indian Navy will come to the plant in the second quarter of 2016," the press service said, adding that the work on the new contracts will allow to increase load on the plant's production capacity.
At present India is the leading partner of Zorya-Mashproekt in the field of military-technical cooperation. The parties have been cooperating for more than 20 years: the company supplies equipment to India on a number of projects, both for equipping new ships of the Indian Navy and in the framework of servicing the existing fleet, reads the report.