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In a significant development aimed at enhancing the capabilities of the Indian Army, Bharat Earth Movers Ltd. (BEML), a leading Defence Public Sector Undertaking (PSU), has clinched a substantial order worth 385 crore from Bharat Electronics (BEL) and Bharat Dynamics (BDL). The order encompasses the supply of high-mobility vehicles designed specifically for deployment as Command Post Vehicles, a crucial component of modern battlefield communication and coordination.

BEML, known for its expertise in manufacturing and supplying top-notch defence equipment, has successfully secured the order to provide high-mobility vehicles that will serve as advanced Command Post Vehicles.

These vehicles are designed to act as mobile command centers, ensuring seamless communication, information sharing, and decision-making on the battlefield. The integration of cutting-edge technologies into these vehicles empowers military commanders to stay connected, informed, and responsive even in the most challenging operational scenarios.

The company is licensed to manufacture Czech Tatra trucks in India, which are known for their adaptability and versatility. These vehicles have proven their mettle in various defence applications, including transportation of troops, artillery, and missiles. Furthermore, they can be equipped with weapon systems such as Pinaka rockets and other surface-to-surface missile systems, augmenting their combat potential.

BEML offers a range of high mobility vehicle (HMV) variants based on Tatra trucks, including T816 and T815, in various configurations from 4×4 to 12×12. These vehicles are tailored to navigate diverse terrains and harsh weather conditions, ensuring effective mobility of troops and equipment during critical operations.

The use of Tatra all-weather all-terrain trucks in the Indian Army is not new; these vehicles are integral to the military’s logistics and transportation operations. With an estimated inventory of over 8,000 TATRA vehicles, the armed forces have recognized their reliability and performance. As the nation gears towards modernizing its defence capabilities, there is a growing need to replace older vehicles with advanced and technologically superior counterparts.

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