29 Mart 2010 Pazartesi
Turkish Pavilion to Delight DIMDEX 2010 Visitors
Doha, Qatar, 23rd February 2010: The Doha 2nd International Maritime Defence Exhibition & Conference 2010 (DIMDEX 2010), the anchor of the Middle East and North African maritime defence industry, will host DIMDEX’s first Turkish National Pavilion at the Doha Exhibition Center from 29th to 31st March 2010.
Demonstrating Turkey’s commitment to both DIMDEX 2010 and the MENA maritime defence industry is an impressive 500 sq metre pavilion hosting 16 leading Turkish defence manufacturers including ARES Shipyards, Dearsan, Düzgit, Elektroland, ETC-IS, Gate Elektronik, Genetlab, Havelsan, Istanbul Shipyard, Ka-Tron, Meteksan, Milsoft, STM, Uyar Şirketler Grubu, Yakupoğlu and Yaltes.
"Turkey is an emerging force in the global defence sector, so it is fitting that the latest Turkish technologies to meet the demands of Middle East and North African naval forces will be displayed at DIMDEX 2010,” said DIMDEX 2010 Exhibition Director Mr. Mohamad Nabhani.
The Turkish group is led by Undersecretariat for Defense Industries (SSM), Turkey’s main procurement agency, who provides comprehensive support to the presentation of Turkish defence industrial capabilities under a National Participation concept at international defence fairs. For further information on SSM please visit www.ssm.gov.tr or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to the 500 sq m Turkish Pavilion, the Republic of Turkey is represented at DIMDEX 2010 by the frigate TCG Gemlik which will participate in the DIMDEX Warship display at Doha International Port throughout the 3-day event.
Today, the Turkish Navy (Türk Deniz Kuvvetleri) is one of the most advanced in the world and has the 3rd largest fleet in Europe with submarines, frigates, Corvettes, Fast Attack Missile & Torpedo Boats, Mine Warfare Ships and Patrol Craft on duty.
For more information about the DIMDEX 2010 exhibition, the Middle East Naval Commanders Conference and DIMDEX Warships display, please visit the www.dimdex.com website.