Munitions India Limited

Summary

Munitions India Limited (MIL) is an Indian state-owned defence company, headquartered in Pune, India established in 2021 as part of the restructuring and corporatisation of the Ordnance Factory Board into seven different Public Sector Undertakings.[1][2][3] Munitions India primarily manufactures ammunition, explosives, rockets and bombs for the use of the Indian Armed Forces, foreign militaries and domestic civilian use.

Munitions India Limited
TypePublic Sector Undertaking
IndustryDefence Production
PredecessorOrdnance Factory Board
FoundedOctober 1, 2021 (2021-10-01)
HeadquartersAmmunition Factory Khadki, ,
Key people
Ravi Kant, IOFS
(Chairman & Managing Director)
Products
OwnerGovernment of India
Divisions
  • Ammunition Factory Khadki
  • Cordite Factory Aruvankadu
  • High Energy Projectile Factory Tiruchirapalli
  • High Explosive Factory Khadki
  • Ordnance Factory Bhandara
  • Ordnance Factory Bolangir
  • Ordnance Factory Chanda Chandrapur
  • Ordnance Factory Dehu Road
  • Ordnance Factory Itrasi
  • Ordnance Factory Khamaria
  • Ordnance Factory Nalanda
  • Ordnance Factory Varangaon
Websitemunitionsindia.co.in

Some notable products of Munitions India include:

Munitions India Limited consists of the following twelve factories of the erstwhile Ordnance Factory Board:

  • Ammunition Factory Khadki
  • Cordite Factory Aruvankadu
  • High Energy Projectile Factory Tiruchirapalli (Heavy Alloy Penetrator Project)
  • High Explosive Factory Khadki
  • Ordnance Factory Bhandara
  • Ordnance Factory Bolangir
  • Ordnance Factory Chanda Chandrapur
  • Ordnance Factory Dehu Road
  • Ordnance Factory Itrasi
  • Ordnance Factory Khamaria
  • Ordnance Factory Nalanda
  • Ordnance Factory Varangaon

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Roche, Elizabeth (15 October 2021). "New defence PSUs will help India become self-reliant: PM". mint. Retrieved 16 October 2021.
  2. ^ "Seven new defence companies, carved out of OFB, dedicated to the Nation on the occasion of Vijayadashami". Ministry of Defence (India). Press Information Bureau. 5 October 2021. Retrieved 16 October 2021.
  3. ^ Pubby, Manu (12 October 2021). "Modi to launch seven new PSUs this week, Defence Ministry approves Rs 65,000-crore orders". The Economic Times. Retrieved 16 October 2021.