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TATA Group has emerged as a leading contender to replace Anil Ambani’s Reliance Group as a partner for the French company Dassault Aviation in their joint venture (JV) known as Dassault Reliance Aerostructure Ltd (DRAL). Recent reports suggest that Dassault Aviation has decided to withdraw from the venture, leading to the dissolution of the partnership.

Dassault Reliance Aerospace, a subsidiary of DRAL, is involved in the supply of aero structure assemblies for Falcon 2000 business jets and components for Rafale aircraft. The company operates within the global supply chain of Dassault Aviation, with its facility located at the Mihan Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Nagpur, Maharashtra.

TATA Group’s emergence as a potential replacement partner for Dassault Aviation is significant. The group already has a successful joint venture with Lockheed Martin known as Tata Lockheed Martin Aerostructures Limited (TLMAL), where they produce the tail section of the C-130 aircraft. This partnership has been instrumental in delivering C-130J aircraft to Lockheed Martin’s global customers. Additionally, TATA Group and Lockheed Martin are also in a partnership to locally manufacture the F-21, also known as the F-16 Block V, which is being offered to the Indian Air Force (IAF) for its tender for 114 jets under the Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft (MMRCA) program.

TATA Group’s experience and expertise in aerospace manufacturing, as demonstrated through their partnership with Lockheed Martin, make them a strong contender to replace Reliance Group in the joint venture with Dassault Aviation. The group has a proven track record of delivering high-quality products and has established itself as a reliable player in the aerospace industry.

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