JFD had bagged a £193-million contract from India for the supply of two complete flyaway submarine rescue systems. A Scotland-based company announced the completion of a new submarine rescue system due to be delivered to the Indian Navy soon. JFD has a contract worth £193 million with the Indian Navy for the supply of two complete flyaway submarine rescue systems, including Deep Search and Rescue Vehicles (DSRV), Launch and Recovery Systems (LARS) equipment, Transfer Under Pressure (TUP) systems, and all logistics and support equipment required to operate the service. The first set of equipment has been designed, manufactured, integrated and ready for testing by JFD prior to shipping for final commissioning and trials. The remaining set of certified systems are due to be delivered to the Indian Navy in June. “India is an important strategic partner and we encourage further cooperation between the Indian armed forces and innovative UK companies,” said Simon Everest, the Head of the UK government's Department for International Trade's Defence and Security Organisation as JFD's Renfrew Manufacturing Facility in Scotland marked the completion recently.