TDSL aims to augment India's Defence Production capabilities,
under the “Make-in-India” Programme, leveraging upon
TEXMACO RAIL's manufacturing excellence &
Heavy Engineering capabilities.

Texmaco Rail's excellence in manufacturing in areas like Machining, Shaping, Forming, Casting, Fabrication, Surface treatment etc. shall be optimally leveraged by Texmaco Defence Systems Pvt. Ltd., which is a subsidiary of Texmaco and has indeed taken up the challenge to augment the indigenous production of equipments required by the Armed & Paramilitary Forces along with state-of-the-art technology partnerships in diverse areas of operations.
TEXMACO RAIL, A Make in India Company Since 1939
The passion and vision of the Group Chairman, Mr. S.K. Poddar, for augmenting the indigenous Defence Production capabilities for various requirements of the Armed & Para-Military Forces, was operationalised during the year 2018 – 2019, after the incorporation of TDSPL in January, 2018 and issuance of the Defence Licenses in March, 2018.
Technology tie-ups TDSPL has forged with the globally renowned OEMs, since it's inception in 2018
On August (23rd, 2018, two prestigious Alliances & Working Protocol with major Global OEMs were signed by Mr. Tribhuvan Darbari, MD & CEO, TDSPL, in the presence of Mr. Dharam Vir, Board Director, TDSPL, with the two major Russian Corporate, during the High Level 4th India-Russia Military Industrial Conference (MIC), under the joint chairmanship of Dr. Ajay Kumar, IAS, Secretary, Defence Production, Govt. of India and Mr. O.N. Ryazantsev, Deputy Minister of Industry & Trade, Russian Federation, Moscow:

(i) Working Protocol with PJSC AC “RUBIN Aviation Corporation”, Moscow, Russian Federation, established in 1946 and now with a turnover of around Rs. 900 Crores and is the leader in providing various spare parts for around 550 Helicopters of Russian origin to the Indian Air Force and the Indian Navy.

(ii) Working Protocol with AlmazAntey (USD 9.125 Billion Company), the largest Defence Production Corporation in Russia & the Number 8 Defence Company in the world, for providing joint product support/ repair & production of parts & assisting in sourcing of equipments in India, for the proposed S 400 missiles}.

(iii) MoU with VOP cz s.p. (A State Owned Enterprise of Czech Republic), one of the largest Defence Corporations in the Czech Republic, for the business opportunity for refurbishment and upgradation of 150 VT 72 B ARVs.


Group Chairman

S.K. Poddar



Mr. Ravindra Chamaria



Prof. Dharam Vir



Tribhuvan Darbari

November 22, 2021

India To Soon Manufacture 90 Percent Of Defence Products It Needs: Rajnath Singh

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said India will soon be manufacturing 90 per cent of the defence products it needs within the country and by 2024-2025, it will also export such products worth USD 5 billion. Tribhuvan Darbari, MD & CEO Texmaco Defence Systems Pvt. Ltd. said that under the leadership of Hon'ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi & Hon'ble Minister of Defence Shri Rajnath Singh, the Indian Government has tried to boost the 'Make in India' policy in defence manufacturing.
November 17, 2021

Why S-400 Triumf Missile System is so Important for India?

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Military purchases worth ₹7,965 crores cleared in Make-in-India push

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October 27, 2021

Defence exports have grown by 334% in the last five years: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh

With collaborative efforts of entities from all over the world, the defence exports have grown by 334% in the last five years and India now is exporting to more than 75 countries, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said on Monday appreciating the efforts of the industry and thanking the foreign aerospace and defence companies for investing in the sector.
September 9, 2021

India in talks with Rosneft for a stake in Russia’s Vostok project

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