The Royal Armed Forces (FAR) could join forces with the GRSE, India’s main industrial supplier of warships for the supply of armaments to the Royal Navy.
According to a report from the Indian Department of Defense, the leader of the Indian naval industry, the GRSE, has contacted the Moroccan authorities with a view to obtaining their agreement for the supply of different classes of warships to the Kingdom.
The GRSE proposed in this letter its capacities and its proposal, indicates the same report from New Delhi.
With to its credit corvettes capable of neutralizing enemy submarines in deep water as well as on coastal oceans, the GRSE is India’s main supplier of warships.
GRSE is a shipbuilding company in India under the administrative control of the Ministry of Defense, mainly serving the shipbuilding requirements of the Indian Navy and Indian Coast Guard.
The GRSE derives a large part of its turnover from its shipbuilding division, which contributed 94.14%, 90.13%, 92.19% and 94.76% respectively to the gross turnover. of GRSE during fiscal years 2018, 2017, 2016 and 2015.
In addition to its ship and warship building capabilities, GRSE is also engaged in engine production and other engineering activities. The engineering division manufactures bridge equipment, prefabricated portable steel bridges and marine pumps.