The Indian-Russian joint venture BrahMos, known for its supersonic cruise missiles, has secured a significant milestone with a combined order portfolio exceeding $7 billion. This figure encompasses both domestic Indian orders and export deals, according to the company’s export director, Pravin Pathak.
Pathak made the announcement during the World Defense Show 2024, an international defense and security exhibition currently underway in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. This event, running from February 4th to 8th, provides a platform for showcasing advanced military technologies and fostering international partnerships.
The $7 billion portfolio signifies growing global interest in BrahMos’ supersonic missile systems. These high-speed, long-range missiles offer precision strike capabilities and are currently operational within the Indian Armed Forces. The company’s success in international markets reflects its commitment to technological innovation and strategic partnerships.
While the specific details of export orders were not disclosed, this achievement highlights the potential of BrahMos to contribute to India’s defense exports and technological partnerships, potentially strengthening its strategic alliances and geopolitical standing.