ASELSAN to present its products and capabilities in the United Kingdom

ASELSAN, a prominent Turkish defense industry firm, is set to take part in the 22nd International Defense and Security Exhibition (DSEI), scheduled to unfold in London, the capital of the United Kingdom, from September 12th to 15th, 2023.

Positioned at booth number 430 within Hall 3, ASELSAN will serve as a host to visitors and engage in diverse discussions throughout the duration of the exhibition.

During the preceding DSEI event in 2019, ASELSAN had entered into a collaborative agreement with Patria, a leading Finnish manufacturer of armored vehicles.

DSEI 2019 witnessed the participation of 42 Turkish firms, spearheaded by the Presidency of Defense Industries (SSB) and the Defense and Aerospace Industry Exporters' Association (SSI).

Within this context, a partnership accord was formalized between ASELSAN and Patria, aiming to facilitate synergistic solutions by integrating ASELSAN's weapon systems into Patria's vehicle offerings.

International Defense and Security Exhibition (DSEI)

The exhibition, showcasing cutting-edge solutions and systems for the defense and aviation sectors, provides an avenue for attaining international market insights and cultivating new business opportunities.

DSEI, acknowledged as one of the globe's premier international defense and security technology expos, is orchestrated at London's ExCeL Exhibition Centre, under the patronage of the UK Ministry of Defense and the UK Department for International Trade.

Held biennially, DSEI serves as a convergence point for government representatives, armed forces from various nations, captains of the defense industry, and delegates from the worldwide defense and security supply chain.

The inaugural DSEI edition was inaugurated in 1999. In 2015, the event garnered 32,000 visitors, primarily comprising 1,500 British and American enterprises. The 2017 edition witnessed participation from 36,000 visitors and engaged 1,600 firms representing 54 nations. In 2019, the fair saw the involvement of 1,700 companies hailing from 58 countries.

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