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16-10-2015 DEFENCE NEWS

The ground level workers of ABW have developed innovative methods for rubberising BMP tracks for their use on roads, testing strength of vehicle spare parts and testing of electronic components.

The 512 Army Base Workshop, which mainly rebuilds armoured vehicles for the army, is planning a major upgrade of its facilities.

The Army Base Workshop (ABW) is the flagship base workshop if the Indian Army, its strengths being innovation by experienced ground level workers and the ability to do smart modifications in existing army equipment. The ABW is currently engaged in the overhaul of Armoured Combat Vehicles (ACV) and Armoured Recovery Vehicle (ARV) of east-European origin.

ABW authorities said Tuesday they were upgrading their range of service from BMP-II to BMP-IIk, which are utilised as command Infantry Combat Vehicles on the battlefield.

The workshop does the complete overhaul and rebuilding of ACVs at a cost of Rs 1.54 crore per BMP. Against this, the replacement cost of a new BMP is Rs 5.5 crore. The workshop also does its own research and development and is carrying out import substitution through the reverse engineering route.

Unveiling the new vision of the 512 Army Base Workshop, Brigadier Neeraj Varshney, Commandant of 512 Army Base Workshop said, To be the best Rebuild and Recapitalisation organisation for Infantry Combat Vehicles in Asia is our vision. The 512 ABW is a prime example of the Make in India concept.

The Master General of Ordnance (MGO), Lieutenant General Ravi Thodge, and the Director General of EME (DGEME), Lieutenant General KJ Singh, have been focusing on developing a 100 per cent indigenisation capability with respect to AFVs, a press release from the ABW said.

The ground level workers of ABW have developed innovative methods for rubberising BMP tracks for their use on roads, testing strength of vehicle spare parts and testing of electronic components. .
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