Turkish Defense Industry Goes on an Export Expedition

Turkish Defense Industry Goes on an Export Expedition
Turkish Defense Industry Goes on an Export Expedition

The Turkish defense industry will provide "national participation" in 8 international fairs this year for new export opportunities.

President of the Presidency of Defense Industry Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir said that exports in the defense industry are possible with the combination of many factors and persistent follow-up for many years.

Stating that participation in international fairs and displaying the talents there are a part of the efforts exhibited, President Demir reminded that many fairs have been postponed due to the Kovid-19 outbreak in recent years. Expressing that the fair schedules started to return to normal with the easing of the effects of the epidemic, President Demir stated that Turkish companies will also provide "national participation" in a series of fairs under the leadership of the Presidency.

Head of Defense Industry Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir said: “Our defense and aviation industry closed last year with a new export record of 3 billion 224 million dollars. Our goal this year is to reach over $4 billion. In line with the evaluations we made with the sector, we will ensure national participation in the fairs we have determined in order to reach the geographies that we see as strategically important. We will visit 8 different countries with dozens of companies and explain our products and capabilities. Many of our companies have started to make their mark among the world's leading companies in their fields of activity with their capabilities. To turn these talents into commercial success and to provide foreign currency to our country. kazanWe will continue to increase our export-oriented efforts in order to

Turkish products will travel between continents

As part of the preparation carried out, Turkish companies will head to Qatar for the DIMDEX 2022 Fair on March 21-23. Turkey will ensure a strong participation in the Doha International Maritime Defense Fair and Conference this year as well. Turkish defense industry companies will take initiatives for new cooperation in this country and the Gulf region, to which they export armored vehicles, ships and boats, and unmanned aerial vehicles within the scope of the fair.

The industry's stop in the last days of March will be the Asian Defense and Security Exhibition (DSA 2022) in Malaysia. Turkish companies had signed various agreements and memorandums of understanding for cooperation in Malaysia in the past years. The companies aim to take on new responsibilities in Malaysia, especially the tender for the 18-plane light attack aircraft, in which Turkish Aerospace Industries Inc. participated.

The Turkish defense industry will visit Chile for FIDAE 5, the largest defense and security fair of the South American region, on April 10-2022. Turkish companies will try to evaluate cooperation and marketing opportunities for countries in the region such as Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Peru, especially Chile.

Strong participation will be ensured this year in the Azerbaijan International Defense Industry Fair (ADEX), which is planned to be held on September 6-8. ADEX, of which Turkey has been the largest participant in the past years, is among the most important defense industry fairs in the South Caucasus and Central Asia region.

The industry will participate in the remainder of the year at the African Aerospace and Defense Exhibition in South Africa on September 21-25, the International Indonesia Defense Exhibition in Indonesia on November 2-5, and IDEAS 15 in Pakistan on November 19-2022. will provide.

The Turkish defense industry will also participate in the Asian Defense and Security Fair to be held in Manila, the capital of the Philippines, during the year. Recently, the Philippines bought 6 Atak helicopters from Turkey, and also supplies various defense industry products and equipment from Turkish companies such as ASELSAN, Makine ve Kimya Endüstrisi AŞ. The fair also offers opportunities to reach the countries of the region.

Turkish companies will strive for export opportunities by participating in various fairs and events in countries they deem important for them, apart from "national participation".

i will provide “national participation” in 8 international fairs this year for new export opportunities.

President of the Presidency of Defense Industry Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir said that exports in the defense industry are possible with the combination of many factors and persistent follow-up for many years.

Stating that participation in international fairs and displaying the talents there are a part of the efforts exhibited, President Demir reminded that many fairs have been postponed due to the Kovid-19 outbreak in recent years. Expressing that the fair schedules started to return to normal with the easing of the effects of the epidemic, President Demir stated that Turkish companies will also provide "national participation" in a series of fairs under the leadership of the Presidency.

Head of Defense Industry Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir said: “Our defense and aviation industry closed last year with a new export record of 3 billion 224 million dollars. Our goal this year is to reach over $4 billion. In line with the evaluations we made with the sector, we will ensure national participation in the fairs we have determined in order to reach the geographies that we see as strategically important. We will visit 8 different countries with dozens of companies and explain our products and capabilities. Many of our companies have started to make their mark among the world's leading companies in their fields of activity with their capabilities. To turn these talents into commercial success and to provide foreign currency to our country. kazanWe will continue to increase our export-oriented efforts in order to

Turkish products will travel between continents

As part of the preparation carried out, Turkish companies will head to Qatar for the DIMDEX 2022 Fair on March 21-23. Turkey will ensure a strong participation in the Doha International Maritime Defense Fair and Conference this year as well. Turkish defense industry companies will take initiatives for new cooperation in this country and the Gulf region, to which they export armored vehicles, ships and boats, and unmanned aerial vehicles within the scope of the fair.

The industry's stop in the last days of March will be the Asian Defense and Security Exhibition (DSA 2022) in Malaysia. Turkish companies had signed various agreements and memorandums of understanding for cooperation in Malaysia in the past years. The companies aim to take on new responsibilities in Malaysia, especially the tender for the 18-plane light attack aircraft, in which Turkish Aerospace Industries Inc. participated.

The Turkish defense industry will visit Chile for FIDAE 5, the largest defense and security fair of the South American region, on April 10-2022. Turkish companies will try to evaluate cooperation and marketing opportunities for countries in the region such as Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Peru, especially Chile.

Strong participation will be ensured this year in the Azerbaijan International Defense Industry Fair (ADEX), which is planned to be held on September 6-8. ADEX, of which Turkey has been the largest participant in the past years, is among the most important defense industry fairs in the South Caucasus and Central Asia region.

The industry will participate in the remainder of the year at the African Aerospace and Defense Exhibition in South Africa on September 21-25, the International Indonesia Defense Exhibition in Indonesia on November 2-5, and IDEAS 15 in Pakistan on November 19-2022. will provide.

The Turkish defense industry will also participate in the Asian Defense and Security Fair to be held in Manila, the capital of the Philippines, during the year. Recently, the Philippines bought 6 Atak helicopters from Turkey, and also supplies various defense industry products and equipment from Turkish companies such as ASELSAN, Makine ve Kimya Endüstrisi AŞ. The fair also offers opportunities to reach the countries of the region.

Turkish companies will strive for export opportunities by participating in various fairs and events in countries they deem important for them, apart from "national participation".

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