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BEL opens Hanoi office for global expansion

BEL to serve export markets

Minister Sitharaman hands symbolic key to Gowtama.

Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has opened a representative office in Hanoi as part of its global expansion and product support in the South East Asian markets.

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman inaugurated the office on 13 June 2018 by handing over the symbolic office key of BEL at Vietnam (VIRO) to BEL Chairman & Managing Director,  M V Gowtama during the Vietnam-India Defence Industry Business Meeting.

BEL, India’s leading defence electronics company, is fast expanding its global presence, putting its best foot forward to give a thrust to exports worldwide, especially South East Asian countries such as the Myanmar, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Philippines.

Spotting a niche market in Vietnam, BEL office in Hanoi is to serve export business opportunities and to provide unstinted product support and services to users in the region.

The office will aim to promote BEL’s exports in areas such as Weapon Systems, Radar Systems, Naval Systems, Military Communication Systems, Electronic Warfare Systems, Combat Management System and Coastal Surveillance System.

VIRO is located close to the Indian Embassy in Vietnam, on the 10th Floor of TNR Tower.

BEL, India’s leading defence electronics company, is fast expanding its global presence, putting its best foot forward to give a thrust to exports worldwide, especially South East Asian countries such as the Myanmar, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Philippines.

Spotting a niche market in Vietnam, BEL office in Hanoi is for addressing export business opportunities and to provide unstinted product support and services to users in the region.

The office will aim to promote BEL’s exports in areas such as Weapon Systems, Radar Systems, Naval Systems, Military Communication Systems, Electronic Warfare Systems, Combat Management System and Coastal Surveillance System. fii-news.com

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