Monday, July 22, 2024

UAE Signs Contract Worth 553 million AED With Trust International Group

On the second day of IDEX 2017, a UAE army spokesman announced a contract signed with Trust International Group worth over 553 Million AED to supply an array of Reactive Armor for vehicles. The deal, by far the largest in its category this year signals a new and strategic type of cooperation between the local Emirati company and the Armed Forces.

It is always good when we find ourselves in a place where we are supplying the UAE army with the best and the latest, stated James Todd, the COO of Trust International Group and we will continue to do so. Part of what we have for the future is also aimed at the same direction in technology and our partnership with German and International companies will only continue, Rheinmetall is perhaps a good example.

On the second day of the show Trust displayed the VINGTAQS long range observation system from Norway, a Sniper Detecting System for vehicles from Germany and a state of the art cloaking shroud for main battle tanks; SolarSigma from Canada.


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