Defence ministry inks deal with Icomm Ltd for radio relay containers

Value of the contract under Buy (Indian) category is nearly ₹500 crore and the firm will start delivery of containers from current financial year 2023-24

Radio Relay Containers

New Delhi: Giving a boost to indigenous manufacturing of defence equipment and incentivise private sector to engage in realizing the vision of Aatmanirbhar Bharat, the ministry of defence inked a contract with ICOMM Tele Limited, Hyderabad for the procurement of 1,035 numbers of 5/7.5 ton Radio Relay Communication equipment containers.

The value of the contract under Buy (Indian) category is nearly ₹500 crore. The delivery of the containers is scheduled to commence from the current financial year 2023-24, said a senior officer of the defence ministry on Friday.

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The Radio Relay containers will address a long overdue requirement of mobile communication detachments of the Indian Army. These containers will be utilized to provide a protected environment for communication equipment to function in a failsafe and reliable manner. The containers would be mounted on authorized specialist vehicles and moved as per operational requirements.

The company, ICOMM Tele Limited, would produce the containers with all equipment and sub-systems sourced from indigenous manufacturers. This will give further boost to the indigenous manufacturing of defence equipment and stimulate the private sector to actively engage in realizing the vision of Aatmnirbhar Bharat. The development of such state-of-the-art equipment will also help in boosting exports to friendly countries.

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