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Aerospace pacts signed during Belgian economic mission to India Print E-mail
Written by Arjun   
Saturday, 27 March 2010
Bangalore: A memorandum of understanding has been signed between FLAG, SKYWIN, the Belgian Aerospace Industry representative, and SIATI, the Aerospace Association of India to concrete actions and cooperative programs between Belgium and India, and their respective aerospace industries.

In addition to this QuEST and SABCA signed an agreement which further consolidates their relationship. This extends the existing long term contracts between SABCA and QuEST on the Airbus A380 program for the manufacturing of more than 400 references of machining parts and an MoU on the Airbus A350 Program which gives QuEST Manufacturing the status of a preferred supplier for the outsourcing of metallic parts and sub-assemblies.

The MoU signed between FLAG, SKYWIN and SIATI builds upon a previous MoU signed by them during the Singapore Airshow, on February 2,2010. The aim of this MOU is to look for and support Technical Collaboration in Research, Design & Development, Transfer of Technology, License  Manufacture, co-production and establishment of joint venture companies.

Orban Microwaves Products based in Leuven, Belgium entered into a strategic business partnership with Kavveri Telecom Products Ltd, a Bangalore based company for the design, manufacture and sale of Orban Microwave’s full product range of RF and microwave subsystems and antennas on the Indian market.

The agreements were signed during the visit of a 340-strong Belgian economic mission to India. The signing ceremony was presided over by Prince Philippe and led by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of the Kingdom of Belgium Steven Vanackere.

Deputy Prime Minister Steven Vanackere said that the signing ceremonies hold special significance in the light of the rapid economic development in India.

Prince Philippe is in India from March 22-27, on an official visit at the invitation of Vice-President Hamid Ansari.

 
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