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Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has secured a contract with Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) to provide critical equipment for the Indian Navy’s Next Generation Missile Vessel (NGMV) project. The agreement, valued at ?1,173.42 crore (approximately $147 million USD), signifies a significant development in the construction of these advanced warships.

Under the terms of the contract, HAL will manufacture and supply six sets of LM2500 Gas Turbines (GT) along with their corresponding Gas Turbine Auxiliaries (GTAE). Additionally, the contract includes the provision of spare parts and tools necessary for the operation and maintenance of these systems.

The LM2500 is a proven and reliable marine gas turbine engine known for its efficiency and performance. These turbines will be the heart of the NGMV’s propulsion system, providing the vessels with the power and speed needed for effective operations.

The contract execution is scheduled between FY 2026 and FY 2029, indicating a multi-year commitment to deliver these essential components for the NGMV project.