The International MSME Sub-contracting & Supply Exhibition for Defence, Aerospace and Homeland Security on 12th, 13th and 14th December 2013 at Bangalore, India.
Get a chance to find highly cost competitive and technologically advanced sub-contractors and suppliers from the Indian MSME sector and take a big step towards meeting your offset obligations.
Network with defence sector MSMEs and strike lucrative deals for sub-contracting and supply solutions. DPSUs can find ways to meet requirement of sourcing 20% from MSMEs.
Get an excellent opportunity to showcase your capabilities in defence sector production and find new buyers, strike deals for technology acquisition and get ideas for developing new products.
MSME DEFEXPO 2013 provides an excellent platform for MSMEs to discover national & international business opportunities of outsourcing, collaborations & tie-ups. MSME DEFEXPO showcases products, technologies, services and network with key decision makers & strengthens customer relations.
By participating in the MSME DEFEXPO 2013, the MSMEs can get an excellent opportunity to showcase their capabilities in Defence, Aerospace and Homeland Security, find new buyers, strike deals for technology acquisition and get ideas for developing new products.
The GLOBAL DEFENCE COMPANIES are also at the beneficial end as they get an opportunity to find highly cost competitive and technologically advanced sub-contractors and suppliers from the Indian MSME sector and take a big step towards meeting their offset obligations and last but not the least DPSUs & Private Sector Firms network with MSMEs and strike lucrative deals for sub-contracts and supply solutions. DPSUs can find ways to meet requirement of sourcing 20% from MSMEs.
“It is a pleasure to learn that the NSIC with support of Ministry of MSME, Government of India is organizing the MSME DEFEXPO 2013 from December 12th -14th in Bangalore. I am sure that this event will bring several MSMEs into India’s strategic manufacturing sector. Nation such as India cannot rely on imports and needs to become self-sufficient. Industrial and technological growth in the past decades has indicated that it is possible to achieve this self-reliance in Defense by harnessing the emerging dynamism of the MSMEs. The Government sector alone cannot fulfill the requirements of Defense forces and therefore, the private sector has to come in a big way. The Ministry Of Defense (MoD) has long recognized this need and has stressed on the importance of being self reliant. The offset policy under the Defense Procurement Procedure (DPP) is an example of this. The latest version of the offset policy has introduced a multiplier of 1.5 for MSME’s and which I am sure will provide bountiful opportunities for the MSMEs to play their rightful role in building strategic capabilities in the interest of the nation’s defence. My best wishes for this msme defexpo 2013 exhibition.”
Shri K H. Muniyappa
Hon’ble Union Minister of State (Independent Charge)
Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise
Government of India