Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd gets a new chief

Madhavan spearheaded successful absorption of technology for production of Su-30 airframe and engine accessories from raw material phase at HAL Lucknow

GN Bureau | September 5, 2018


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Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)’s new CMD R Madhavan has vowed to maintain the numero uno position of the defence PSU in the aerospace industry and deliver world class products through increased indigenisation.

 
Prior to this, Madhavan was heading the accessories division of HAL at Lucknow as an executive director.
 
Madhavan says that the emphasis would be to build on the core competence of the company and emerge as the preferred supplier in the aerospace industry.
 
The new CMD's focus areas would also include design and development, order book position and product mix which meet the customer requirements.  Partnership, collaboration and support of all the stake holders is the key for HAL’s success in future, he says.
 
He believes that technology is one of the key determinants for the future success of any organisation in today’s cutting edge tech-world. He spearheaded successful absorption of technology for production of Su-30 airframe and engine accessories from raw material phase at HAL Lucknow. He has contributed to Make in India drive by developing MSME vendors for aerospace manufacturing.

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