Turkey's Defense Industry Agenda 04 - 10 April 2022

A ceremony was held in the Philippines for the delivery of two Turkish-made T129 ATAK helicopters to the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

HAVELSAN made its first export of Hezarfen Parachute Simulator to Malaysia.

Troy Technology Defense developed an explosive device for breaching walls.

A new generation electric motor was produced at TOBB ETU Garage.

ASFAT announced that the critical design phase of its Offshore Patrol Ships to be built for the Turkish Naval Forces has been completed and production has begun.

TÜBİTAK BİLGEM and TÜBİTAK SAGE were selected as test centers by NATO.

Coşkunöz Kalıp Makina increased its revenue by 50 percent in 2021.

Turkey's defense exports to Ukraine increased thirty times in the first quarter of 2022.

Within the scope of Turkey’s New Type Submarine Project, the factory acceptance tests of TCG Selman Reis, the sixth of the Reis Class New Type Submarines, have begun.

The second A400M aircraft, which was maintained, repaired and improved by ASFAT, was delivered to the Turkish Air Force Command.

HAVELSAN invested 600 million TL in R&D in 2021.

Turkish Ministry of National Defense announced that the training of technical personnel at Karachi Military Shipyard within the scope of Pakistan Milgem Project has been completed.

TÜBİTAK BİLGEM completed the DeGauss System integration of the TCG ISTANBUL Frigate, the first ship of the MİLGEM İ Class Frigate project, which was carried out under the main contractor of STM.

STM makes new deliveries of the Rotary Wing Striker UAV System Kargu to the Turkish Armed Forces.

ARES Shipyard marks 16th year in operation.

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