Turkeys Havelsan has signed a contract to open Joint Warfare Center to Qatar Armed Forces, the company announced through a tweet.
According to a report by Quwa, as per the description of the contract it appears Havelsan will provide command, control, communication and intelligence (C4I) products and services. The potential scope of the program may involve each of Qatars armed services branches.
Earlier this in the month Havelsan opened an office in Doha to steward its business growth in Qatar.
Havelsan has recently supplied Qatar with a Full Mission Simulator for the Leonardo AW139 utility helicopter. Havelsan had delivered the Cabin Team Training Simulator, Tactical Control Center, Flight and Navigation Procedures Trainer and Debriefing System delivered earlier.
Turkish Havelsan will open its first Middle East office in Qatar, a country that is one of its strategic partners.
Havelsan Deputy General Manager Mehmet Akif Nacar stated that the company's office that is to be...
Turkeys Havelsan will open its first Middle East office in Qatar to offer business development and project management services to the region which includes Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, Jordan and United Arab Emirates.
State-controlled defense firms Aselsan and Havelsan have won a 200 million euro (US $219 million) electronic systems sub-contract for the Turkish navys first landing platform dock (LPD).
The companies announced the signing of the contract with...
Turkey's Havelsan will acquire flight simulation assets of Quantum3D that has US government units and civil companies as its customers, in order to increase simulation and training abilities.
The deal with Quantum3D will likely to be...
The United Arab Emirates recruited mercenaries from American Organization Blackwater aimed at overthrowing Qatar emir and replace him with ruler subservient to Saudi-led bloc, Spanish news daily ABC reported.
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