Aeroshul Technologies Pvt Ltd has partnered with Eesti Arsenal OÜ in Estonia to enhance local manufacturing and create new business opportunities. This partnership reflects the growing defense ties between Estonia and India, focused on military training, cyber defense, technology sharing and strategic dialogue.

The collaboration aims to leverage the strengths of both India and Estonia. Col. Ramit Arora (Retd.), CEO and Executive Director of AeroShul Technologies, stated: “We want to utilize the best competencies available in both countries, benefit from India’s resilient supply chains and manufacturing efficiencies, and explore the market access in Asia through India and in Europe through Estonia. He added, “AeroShul Tech is committed to the Make in India initiative for Make for the World and the national mission for an Atmanirbhar Bharat.”

To accelerate this partnership, the Trade Estonia team, together with the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Estonian Defense and Aerospace Industry Association, organized a three-day visit of an Indian defense delegation to Estonia.

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This delegation, led by the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, included representatives of seven major Indian defense companies: Bharat Forge Ltd, MKU Limited, DCM Shriram LTD, TATA Advanced Systems Limited, Hyper Stealth Technologies Private Limited, Aeroshul Technologies Private Limited and Heritage Cyber ​​world.

During the visit, delegates participated in the Defense Demonstration Day organized by the Estonian Defense and Aerospace Industry Association and Invest in Estonia. They witnessed several demonstrations by ten leading Estonian defense companies showcasing cutting-edge products and solutions. Companies such as Defendec Ltd, DefSecIntel Solutions, Threod Systems (known for its unmanned aircraft systems) and Maru Defense showcased their advanced technologies.

Key events and future outlook

One of the highlights of the visit was the India-Estonia Defense Seminar and B2B Forum, which provided a platform for direct interaction between Indian and Estonian defense stakeholders. This event highlighted each country’s defense expertise and facilitated the exchange of best practices. These interactive dialogues and sharing of best practices are expected to pave the way for future cooperation, enhancing the defense capabilities of both nations.

The collaboration aims to leverage the strengths of both India and Estonia

The partnership between AeroShul Technologies and Eesti Arsenal marks a significant step forward in aerospace innovation, using the strengths of both India and Estonia to foster new business opportunities and strengthen defense ties.


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