Aviation Safety & Small Arms
The core expertise of TARA Aerospace AD is developing and manufacturing safety and rescue systems for the aviation industry. Our product line includes various types of ejection seat propulsion devices and automatic fire extinguishing sytems for a wide range of aircrafts.
Aviation Safety and Rescue Systems
Facts & Figures
Our services include the production and sale of new state-of-the-art products entirely produced in Montenegro, as well as system-upgrades for individual customers and the selection and procurement of related material for our partners.
ISO 9001 (SGS)
Aircraft Safety Systems, Pyrotechnical Products
Small Arms Division
TM-Series Products, System Upgrades, Developing, Testing and Manufacturing
1 location in Europe (Mojkovac, Montenegro)
Machines & Equipement
25 milling machines
25 grinding machines
31 drill / taper machines
19 press machines
2 forging machines
Machining, turning, milling, drilling, grinding, hammer forging of barrels
Mechanical treatment (by deformation), heat treatment, surface coating, protection
Chemical laboratory, metrology laboratory (for 3D measurements)
Pyrotechnical products, small arms, specialized products
4th Novembar factory
Founded in 1984 and build up until 1986 the factory was established under the name “4th Novembar” by the Ministry of Defense of Former Yugoslavia. The mission of 4th Novembar was manufacturing and developing of mechanical fuses for mortar shells and artillery rockets in cooperation with the Krusik factory in Valievo, Serbia as well as manufacturing all types of pyrotechnical propulsion cartridges, pyrotechnical activation charges and rocket engines for ejection seats for Soviet military aircrafts and helicopters as well as pyrocartridges and rockets engines for the British Martin Baker ejection seats.
on the Adriatic Sea
Montenegro’s administrative capital is Podgorica, though its cultural centre is the historical capital and older city of Cetinje. For much of the 20th century Montenegro was a part of Yugoslavia, and from 2003 to 2006 it was a component of the federated union of Serbia and Montenegro.