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French aircraft giant Dassault Aviation SA is strengthening its ties with India’s aerospace industry. The company has begun sourcing titanium parts from Indian companies for the production of Rafale fighter jets, a move that signifies a broader effort to expand its supply chain and potentially reduce reliance on traditional sources.

This strategic collaboration benefits both parties. Dassault gains access to a potentially reliable and cost-effective source of high-quality titanium parts, crucial for the construction of its advanced fighter jets. Indian companies, on the other hand, secure valuable partnerships with a leading player in the aerospace sector, fostering technological advancements and growth in their domestic industry.

Dassault’s commitment extends beyond this initial step. The company plans to incorporate even more Indian vendors into its supplier base, fostering a deeper and more collaborative relationship with the Indian aerospace sector. This collaboration aligns perfectly with India’s “Make in India” initiative, which aims to boost indigenous manufacturing and reduce reliance on foreign imports.