The company continues to build on its 87 years’ legacy of Partnering India’s Defence Forces by ‘pioneering the power that matters’.
Rolls-Royce will be showcasing its defence, power and propulsion solutions for India at DefExpo 2020 at Stall No.R2, Hall No.3 from February 5-9, 2020. On display at the DefExpo from the Rolls-Royce Power Systems’ table will be the “might” MT30, the world’s most power-dense marine gas turbine in service today, along with solutions for both land and naval defence, including the Integrated Bridge System that is an advanced marine automation system for efficient ship operation from our MTU brand.
Proven at sea, MT30 can deliver its full power of up to 40MW (depending on application) in ambient temperatures up to 38°C, without any power degradation through life of ship allowing the ship to operate anywhere in the world without loss of performance or power.
Mr. Kishore Jayaraman, President, Rolls-Royce India & South Asia, said “Rolls-Royce shares a rich heritage of partnering India for over eight decades, and we remain committed to continue to build on our strong legacy of collaboration with the Indian defence forces. Our MTU engines currently propel and power many Indian Coast Guard and Indian Navy vessels, as well as India’s indigenously built Arjun Main Battle Tanks. More than 750 Rolls-Royce engines of 10 engine types are powering aircrafts of the Indian military. With Service teams present at several locations along the Indian Coastline, the company is certainly geared to support the varied needs of naval customers in India.”
“Keeping in view the imperatives of a future-ready combat force, we look forward to showcasing our next generation capabilities for both land and naval. These advanced technology products are designed to address the emerging power needs of the defence forces along with growing demands for efficiency and optimization of resources.”, he added.