National Academy of Defence Production (NADP), Nagpur, (under Ordnance Factory Board, Ministry of Defence Production & Supplies) has the mandate for training & development of the officers of Indian Ordnance Factories Service (IOFS).
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Ordnance Factory Institute of Learning, Ambarnath (OFILAM) has a glorious past and has redeemed itself time and again in the matters of human resource development. Located in the bustling suburbs of district Thane and in close proximity to the hub of industry, OFILAM is ideally placed to offer best kind of training to the employees.
Ordnance Factory, Katni was established in May 1942. It is an integrated Metallurgical Production unit under Ministry of Defence for production of Non-ferrous Rolled and Extruded Products, Brass and Gilding Metal Cups for Small Arms Ammunition, Zinc Base Alloy Die Cast components and Medium & Heavy Calibre Cartridge Case.
Ordnance Factory Muradnagar (OFM) is a premium Steel casting unit of OFB. It has the specialization in Alloy and Steel Castings- Armoured as well as Non-Armoured, Ammunition Hardware, Grey Iron Castings for Ammunition Hardware and Moulds and open die steel forgings for Hot die Steel and other tool steel.
Ordnance Factory Project, Korwa is a fast track & modernised project of Ordnance Factory Board. The project was established in December 2007 at Amethi, UP. HAL, Korwa is a neighbouring defence unit.
Ordnance Factory Kanpur is one of the 41 Ordnance factories under the aegis of Ordnance Factory Board(OFB), Kolkata. It was conceived in the year 1942 as Transplantation Project in the wake of impending threat of axis powers emerging from eastern front during World War II.
The Ordnance Factory Chanda Project was sanctioned in the year 1964 and the initial production commenced in 1970. The factory was designed as medium and high calibre ammunition manufacturing unit with the necessary auxiliaries for the producing explosives and non explosive components such as initiator, primer, cap, fuze, paper component & packages.
Ordnance Factory Dum Dum (OFDC) has unique high precision machining system like Laser Cutting M/C and CNC operated Injection Moulding M/Cs (the sole and only special purpose machine in Ord. Fys.) and CNC M/Cs for carrying out stringent quality products in order to meet changing demands and needs of the customer.
Ordnance Factory Dehu Road is a premier Ordnance Factory engaged in the manufacturing of PYROTECHNIC PRODUCTS i.e. Illuminating, Smoke and Signaling Ammunition required by Army, Airforce, Navy, MHA units, Railway and other Civil indentors.
Ordnance Factory Dehradun (OFD) has been the leading supplier of a wide variety of Optical, Opto-mechenical and Passive Night Vision devices and weapon sights for infantry and artillery wings of Indian Armed Forces, Central Para Military Forces and State Police Organisations.
Ordnance Factory Khamaria is one of the major ammunition production unit under Ordnance Factory Board, Kolkata in the Department of Defence Production.
Grey Iron Foundry (GIF) Jabalpur is a unit of Ordnance Factory Board under Department of Defence Production, Ministry of Defence, Government of India.
The Heavy Alloy Penetrator Project or HAPP is an Indian defence establishment operated by the Ordnance Factories Board. Headquartered at Kolkata, under the overall charge of Ministry of Defence, Government of India the factory is located about 25 kilometres from the main city of Tiruchirappalli.
High Explosives Factory, Khadki, Pune is a premier factory in the family of 41 Ordnance Factories. Its corporate office is ORDNANCE FACTORY BOARD located at KOLKATA. Major production at High Explosives Factory started during 1942-44.
Heavy Vehicles Factory, Avadi is to define the present/future objectives, targets and modernization for the next ten years period. Further to establish and to achieve the required infrastructure thereby achieving the necessary production in the area of tank manufacture to cater to the needs of Army.