Defense industry of Pakistan

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The defence industry of Pakistan, under the Ministry of Defence Production, was created in September 1951 to promote and coordinate the patchwork of military production facilities that have developed since independence. The ministry also includes seven other specialized organizations devoted to research and development, production, and administration.[1] [2] Pakistan Navy is supported mainly by a facility at the Karachi Shipyard, which has limited production capacity. In 1987 development of a submarine repair and rebuild facility at Port Qasim was begun. By early 2000, in a joint project with China led to the development of the JF-17 Thunder fighter and the Al-Khalid Tank. Pakistan also has taken major steps to becoming self-sufficient in aircraft overhaul, modernization and tank and helicopter sales and a transfer of technology with France led to the construction of the Agosta B-90 Submarine in the late 1990s and early 2000s and is currently actively participating in many joint production projects such as Al Khalid 2, advance trainer aircraft, combat aircraft, navy ships and submarines.

Suppliers[edit]

  1. Air Weapons Complex
  2. Heavy Industries Taxila[3]
  3. Integrated Defence Systems
  4. Global Industrial Defence Solutions[4]
  5. Defence Science and Technology Organization
  6. Institute Of Optronics
  7. Karachi Shipyard[5]
  8. Kahuta Research Laboratories
  9. National Development Complex
  10. National Engineering and Scientific Commission
  11. National Radio & Telecommunication Corporation[6]
  12. Pakistan Aeronautical Complex[7]
  13. Pakistan Ordnance Factories[8]
  14. Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission[9]
  15. Metallurgical Laboratory
  16. Integrated Dynamics[10]
  17. Margalla Electronics
  18. Marine Systems Limited[11]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pakistan moves swiftly to self-reliance in defence needs
  2. ^ Saudi Crown Prince witnesses exhibition of Pak Defense Production -- Shows interest in many, raises queries
  3. ^ [1]Heavy Industries Taxila
  4. ^ [2]Global Industries Defence Solutions
  5. ^ [3]Karachi Shipyard
  6. ^ [4]National Radio & Telecommunication Corporation
  7. ^ [5]Pakistan Aeronautical Complex
  8. ^ [6]Pakistan Ordanace Factories
  9. ^ [7]SUPARCO
  10. ^ [8]Integrated Dynamics
  11. ^ [9]Marine Systems Limited

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