23 March 2015 armyrecognition.com
At the end of February 2015, the Azerbaijani Minister of Defence Industry Yaver Jamalov said in an interview with the Baku TV channel ANS, that Azerbaijan is in talks with Brazilian firm GESPI for the co-production of anti-tank weapons. Those weapons could be the ALAC (Light Anti-Armour Weapon, Arma Leve Anticarro in Portuguese) rocket launcher, a licensed version of the Saab AT-4 single-shot rocket launcher.
"In the near future the representatives of this company will come to the next stage of the negotiations in Azerbaijan, but the results will be known in April, this year. Brazil's Defence Minister invited Azerbaijani side to participate in an international arms exhibition to be held in April, LAAD 2015 Defence & Security exhibition. There should be signed the relevant documents", - said J. Jamalov.
Private Brazilian company GESPI (headquartered in San Jose dos Campos) was established in 1974 and is specialized mainly in the production of aircraft components and parts, as well as repair and maintenance of aircraft engines, but in recent years has been actively expanding its activities in the field military production. In particular, GESPI engaged in the production of ammunition, rockets target, electronic systems, security systems, repair of boats.