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Polish company Bumar will supply military equipment for India

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Polish company Bumar will supply military equipment for India



The Polish company Bumar has signed a contract with the Indian company Belm Limited for the supply of 204 tracked armored repair and recovery vehicles WZT-3.

The Bumar Group has a high level of cooperation with Indian partners, and for her this is the fourth contract for the supply of armored vehicles with Belm Limited. Polish has already delivered a batch of 352 machines from WZT-3 to India.

Belm Company Limited is part of the public sector group of companies that are controlled by the Ministry of Defense of India. It was founded in 1964, and 61% of its shares belong to the Ministry of National Defense. Belm Limited in October 2011 was selected by the Indian Ministry of Defense as the main supplier of machines WZT-3.

The market in India is strategic for Bumar, which once again underlines the importance of the signed contract. The signed agreement, in addition to supplying 204 units with WZT-3, will also include a technical support package, final assembly, testing and technical assistance, which aims to assist Belm in the development of individual components. This is called the process of industrialization, that is, increasing the share of local production. The contractor will be Belm Limited.

The level of industrialization is crucial to the value of the contract, which directly goes to Bumar. The final value of the contract will depend on the size of the transferred technology and the degree of participation of the Indian industry, local governments in the implementation of the contract. The total cost of supply for the Indian Army will reach 275 million. Indian components are planned to attract 35%.

This is a practical example of the approach that benefits both the Polish side and the Indian side.

The main contractor that will ensure the production of the first batch of WZT-8 3 units in the first quarter of 2012 is Zakłady Mechaniczne Bumar-Łabędy. It is located in Gliwice, and a deep restructuring was carried out at the plant to fulfill the contract. This applies to both the economic, technical and production areas.

The contract will be executed in batches in accordance with the approved schedule and is scheduled for completion at the end of 2014.

Along with the signing of the supply contract for the WZT-3, an agreement was also signed on technical cooperation and research to improve the Indian chassis tank Arjun, for which components developed by the Indian industry for installation on the WZT-3 may be suitable.
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  1. makarov
    makarov 14 December 2013 07: 56
    +1
    I think that India will not receive anything from the promised. I know Bumar since the days of the USSR, one of the factories in my city worked closely with them, a kind of cooperation. forever Bumar shifted his problems onto the shoulders of others, and he only removed the cream.
    1. Horde
      Horde 14 December 2013 10: 26
      +4
      Bumar remakes his products from the T-72, he himself does not produce anything, completes, installs, as they say in pedia, "a more powerful engine" and, at the same time, shoves his cars through the Indies. However, it is more or less understandable, the situation is, as in Ukraine, they are trading in the inheritance of the USSR, that the T-55 will run out, and the T-72 will stop the Polish business.
      1. alone
        alone 14 December 2013 11: 10
        +2
        Quote: Horde
        here the t-55 will end, but the t-72 here the business of the Poles and stand up.


        Why do you think so? Firstly, the loss of a client is no longer compensable. Do you think it is so easy to return a lost client? And there is still the T-55 or T-72 from which the Poles can make WZT-3. I wonder where the Russian ARVs are -1M, didn’t they participate in the tender?

        Actually, when selling arms to China, it was necessary to take into account the factor of India. India is just opposing China. They have a territorial dispute. That is why the Indians probably held a hidden grudge. Suffice it to recall several failures at tenders involving Russian weapons.
        1. Horde
          Horde 14 December 2013 12: 00
          +1
          Quote: lonely
          and there’s another t-55 or t-72, from


          everything ever ends winked however, such deals also have a plus, spare parts for these machines will be taken at manufacturers' plants i.e. we have.
          1. rolik2
            14 December 2013 12: 05
            +1
            Quote: Horde
            those. we have.


            When did we have enough spare parts?
            Spare parts have always been a sore subject, first in the USSR, and then in Russia (Ukraine and other countries of the former Union), history does not teach us anything, like chasing quantities and driving further, forgetting that we need to repair what we released earlier.
            1. Horde
              Horde 14 December 2013 12: 35
              +2
              Quote: rolik2
              When did we have enough spare parts?


              you go down to earth ...
              T-55 and T-72 have not been produced for a long time, but this does not mean that our plants cannot produce spare parts ...
              1. rolik2
                14 December 2013 12: 42
                0
                Quote: Horde
                you go down to earth ...
                T-55 and T-72 have not been produced for a long time, but this does not mean that our plants cannot produce spare parts ...


                Quote: Horde
                , spare parts for these machines will be taken at manufacturers' plants i.e. we have.


                You were not mistaken with the address ??

                I had in mind the state of supply of spare parts AT ALL, and what are you talking about ???
  2. Edward72
    Edward72 14 December 2013 08: 45
    0
    This self-propelled car has painfully familiar chassis. Not from the Soviet T -....
  3. rolik2
    14 December 2013 09: 06
    +3
    But how is this possible?
    After all, according to the forecasts of comrades Romanov, Nevsky, Hugo and the like after entering the EU, all the military-industrial complex of Poland should have been destroyed by vile gayropovtsy?
    And then 350 DELIVERED cars, and signed a contract for another 200 ???
    And on the basis of the very Soviet T-72 plant for the production of which was built during the USSR.
    Not so long ago, the vile Poles proposed the next modernization of the T-72.
    And this is at a plant that has been put on pins and needles.
    1. Hudo
      Hudo 14 December 2013 10: 22
      0
      And what is wrong? Deliveries to Pshekia "Leo" in significant quantities are direct evidence of this. It is expensive to maintain different types of equipment in the Armed Forces, so they modernize and sell the remnants of the "occupation past", but how they sell it out, so ... or do you seriously think that the Hans will transfer the licenses to the production of BTT to the ambitious panas to the spooks?
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          1. Hudo
            Hudo 14 December 2013 12: 40
            +1
            Shenevmerlyki, isn't the absence of workers under 40 at ZiM and the assembly of "Oplots" solely by the efforts of retired factory workers not a strain? And a design bureau staffed exclusively by pensioners, if not a strain, then what is it then?
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      3. rolik2
        14 December 2013 11: 36
        +1
        Dear, the difference between Leo and T-72 as between Mercedes and Lada viburnum.
        90% of men from this site, when choosing what to take a 10-th gelding or a new fret, will take a gelding.
        So the Poles decided to take Leo, and not use the T-72.
        And for, as you say, the modernization of the residues also needs plants, people, facilities, spare parts, etc. but from your words, the geyropa there has already destroyed all industry, then HOW do they manage to rivet such an amount of technology?

        Please decrypt the last sentence, otherwise it is not intelligible, probably something is interfering?

        By the way, what car do you have?
        1. Hudo
          Hudo 14 December 2013 11: 50
          +1
          Quote: rolik2
          So the Poles decided to take Leo, and not use the T-72.


          So suddenly the Poles "decided". laughing They decided instead of the Poles, the prikSSSSSSS came from Berlin - and immediately the brave psheki, obsequiously clicking their heels, put two fingers to the rim of the thousand-angle cap. But what about the RT 94 "Gorilla", which was supposed to be on a par with the "Leopard"? It turns out that that .... bye-bye.

          Quote: rolik2
          Please decrypt the last sentence, otherwise it is not intelligible, probably something is interfering?


          Do not panic, try reading in syllables.

          Quote: rolik2
          By the way, what car do you have?


          And why this question? Mitsubishi.
          1. rolik2
            14 December 2013 11: 54
            +1
            Quote: Hudo
            So suddenly the Poles "decided". Reshizi instead of the Poles, the prikSSSSSSS came from Berlin

            Then, according to your logic, for the purchase of the Mistrals, the order came from Paris, Ivek from Rome ????

            Quote: Hudo
            And why this question? Mitsubishi.

            You yourself answered your question why the Poles took Leo, for the same reason why you took Mitsubishi and not Lada.
            1. Hudo
              Hudo 14 December 2013 12: 06
              0
              Quote: rolik2
              Quote: Hudo
              So suddenly the Poles "decided". Reshizi instead of the Poles, the prikSSSSSSS came from Berlin

              Then, according to your logic, for the purchase of the Mistrals, the order came from Paris, Ivek from Rome ????


              Refusal to develop our own tank, and focusing on various upgrades is a dead end for the development of Polish tank building. Is it so accessible?

              Quote: rolik2
              You yourself answered your question why the Poles took Leo, for the same reason why you took Mitsubishi and not Lada.


              I can’t fight on it, I hope. Although on the L-200 it is quite possible to add DShKM if it really hurts.
              1. rolik2
                14 December 2013 12: 21
                0
                Quote: Hudo
                Refusal to develop your own tank and focus on various upgrades


                Polish tank PL-01


                Light tank Anders


                The successor to the BRDM-2 ie the LOTR (Light Armored Reconnaissance Transporter) "Beaver"


                155mm Krab self-propelled howitzer


                BTR "Begemot"


                Is it so accessible?

                Quote: Hudo
                And hatred is inappropriate.
                1. Horde
                  Horde 14 December 2013 12: 33
                  0
                  Quote: rolik2
                  Polish tank PL-01


                  concepts, I suppose, not real tanks,
                  tank probably from plywood? or like ...? which looks too good, is the Polish tank building school probably the most transmitting? not a school of tank building, but a school of designers laughing
                  1. rolik2
                    14 December 2013 12: 39
                    0
                    Quote: Horde
                    concepts probably


                    So Armata did not go further than the prototype, and in the process no one saw it.

                    There is no question of progressiveness, just a comrade in an affirmative way brings to our consciousness that the EU is an industrial "cannibal" that the military-industrial complex of the countries that have entered the EU is starting up "on pins and needles" people become dull and degraded, and then it turns out that tanks are doing (the concept is and begins), and the Polish self-propelled guns are being adopted, and there are new armored personnel carriers,

                    WHAT KIND? Operation will show.
                2. uhjpysq1
                  uhjpysq1 14 December 2013 20: 23
                  0
                  "Crab" (Polish. Krab) - Polish self-propelled guns, with a licensed turret from AS90, a 155-mm / 52 swinging part of the production of the French Nexter Systems, on a chassis based on T-72 nodes. All Poland ordered 24 self-propelled guns. The first 8 were delivered in September 2012. [1] However, the remaining 16 ordered Krab self-propelled guns will be manufactured on the chassis of the Turkish T-155 Firtina self-propelled gun, with a 155 mm / 52 swinging part of the German Rheinmetall. [2]
        2. Horde
          Horde 14 December 2013 12: 53
          0
          Quote: rolik2
          Your words geyropa everything has already destroyed the entire industry, then HOW do they manage to rivet such a quantity of technology?


          and what are the Poles riveting IN SUCH AMOUNT? maybe Volkswagen or BMW rivet, so they all rivet ...
          1. rolik2
            14 December 2013 13: 04
            0
            The contract for the supply of 204 tracked armored repair and recovery vehicles WZT-3 will be carried out in batches in accordance with the approved schedule and its completion is planned at the end of 2014.


            204 cars per year, the batch is not bad enough, and the terms speak of well-established production and trained personnel.
        3. wanderer_032
          wanderer_032 14 December 2013 18: 48
          0
          To the question of which car to choose from the two proposed, you can answer so.
          No, because of disinterest in this class of car.
          So do not speak for 90%.
          1. rolik2
            14 December 2013 21: 05
            0
            Quote: wanderer_032
            No, because of disinterest in this class of car.

            You are in those 10% remaining and enter laughing
  4. kelevra
    kelevra 14 December 2013 11: 49
    -3
    It’s very funny, there’s no army of its own, but they are going to build equipment for export!
    1. Hudo
      Hudo 14 December 2013 11: 52
      +1
      Quote: kelevra
      It’s very funny, there’s no army of its own, but they are going to build equipment for export!

      The army of the psheks is just there. And hatred is inappropriate.
    2. rolik2
      14 December 2013 11: 58
      -1
      Quote: kelevra
      no army

      In our time, the army is not a guarantee of the integrity of the country.
      In the USSR there was one of the largest and most prepared armies, but even this did not save the country from collapse.
      In Japan, there is no army at all, but their exports are quite large, and Hudo has acquired a Japanese, and does not complain. laughing
  5. kair_kz
    kair_kz 14 December 2013 14: 01
    0
    well rejoice for the Poles
  6. svp67
    svp67 14 December 2013 15: 17
    -1
    The Polish company Bumar has signed a contract with the Indian company Belm Limited for the supply of 204 tracked armored repair and recovery vehicles WZT-3.
    It would be better if they signed with the Czech Republic ...
  7. APASUS
    APASUS 14 December 2013 16: 37
    0
    Along with the signing of the contract for the supply of WZT-3, an agreement was signed on technical cooperation and research to improve the chassis of the Indian Arjun tank, for which units mastered by the Indian industry for installation on the WZT-3 may be suitable.

    I think this is the main purpose of this contract !!
    After all, Arjun could not be brought to a reliable version and cheap enough. Although all the media stated that it passed all the tests and exceeds our T-90 in terms of its performance characteristics, but its purchases never went beyond 120 pcs.