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DefExpo 2020: MBDA launches missile bids in India
MBDA has a half-century-long history of missile cooperation in India, and the next step on the journey was a recent bid by L&T MBDA Missile Systems offering the Sea Ceptor naval SAM to the Indian Navy (IN).
The IN has a Short-Range Surface-to-Air Missile (SRSAM) requirement for its warships, and it recently issued an RfP.
Interestingly, this was the first bid put in by this JV between MBDA and Larsen & Toubro (L&T) that was forged in 2018. The Sea Ceptor is being offered as a Make in India arrangement.
The JV has also set up an assembly, inert integration …
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