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Giriraj Singh visits Pushpak Product’s Aerospace division and Czech Business Incubator in Bangalore

image Giriraj Singh visits Pushpak Product’s Aerospace division and Czech Business Incubator in Bangalore

New Delhi, Oct 6 (KNN) Minister of State for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Giriraj Singh visited Pushpak Product’s Aerospace division and Czech Business Incubator at Jalahalli, Bangalore.

Pushpak Products India Pvt. Ltd is one of the reputed organizations engaged in manufacturing and supplying a wide array of Material & Ground Handling Equipment and Electro Chemicals for space craft components in India.

On the visit, MSME Minister was accompanied by the team of government officials from NSIC, MSME, COIR board and Khadhi Udyog.

Appreciating the journey of 25 years, MSME Minister Giriraj Singh said “Pushpak Products has come a long way.”

The products manufactured at Pushpak were exhibited to the minister and his entire team.

Also, they were informed that the how Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Bharat electronics Limited (BHEL), Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) are facilitating the MSMEs in nation building projects and opportunities to scaling up with PSUs.

Being a part of major nation building projects like MARS mission, MOON mission, PSLV, GSLV, VVPT, ADUSAT, Kaveri engine, LCA and many more, Founder and Managing Director of Pushpak Products Private Ltd, Pushpak Prakash thanked ISRO, BEL, HAL, DRDO for considering and giving the opportunities to Pushpak for their prestigious nation building projects.

He said “Our incubator is supported by Czech Embassy, Czech trade, AMSP CR (MSME Association of Czech Republic) to create the platform for Indian MSME and Czech MSME further to explore the business opportunities bilaterally without any initial investment.”

Presently around 6 companies are utilizing this facility and one joint venture has started successfully, Prakash added.

He said “In the next two years, we are planning  to increase up-to 15 companies to support Make in India and  Make in Karnataka program. We are Also planning to support startups from Czech Republic to explore the possibilities in Karnataka.”

Pushpak has given the proposal of coir composite technology park, common facility center and skill development academy at Bidadi to the MSME Minister, he added.

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