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Turkey’s defense contractor ASELSAN to export advanced remote-controlled system to Bahrain navy

Turkey’s leading defense and technology company has landed a contact in Bahrain to supply the navy of the tiny Gulf kingdom, Daily Sabah reports.
“Aside from the latest sale of the remote-controlled weapon system to the Gulf, Aselsan – having been present in the market for more than a decade – has provided countries with technological solutions through direct sales, transfer of technology programs, local production and joint venture companies,” the company said in a statement.
The system to be delivered is currently in 20 countries via both land-based and naval platforms, Daily Sabah reports.
The company early last month said it received for the first quarter of the year orders estimated at $320 million.
ASELSAN which belongs to Turkish Armed Forces Foundation, has a wide range of product portfolio including communication and information technologies, radar and electronic warfare, electro-optics, avionics, unmanned systems, land, naval and weapon systems, air defense and missile systems, command and control systems, transportation, security, traffic, automation and medical systems.
It features among world top 100 defense companies.

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