ASELSAN Opened a Branch in Qatar

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In the notification made by ASELSAN to the Public Disclosure Platform (KAP) on January 19, 2021, it was announced that a new branch was opened in Qatar. In the said statement, emphasis was placed on supporting ASELSAN's increasing international activities.

In the notification made to KAP by ASELSAN, “ASELSAN, in order to support its increasing activities in Qatar,” ASELSAN Elektronik Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş. It opened a branch under the name of "QSTP-B." statement was included.

SEDA firing point detection and SERDAR anti-tank missile system export to Qatar

In the notification made by ASELSAN to the Public Disclosure Platform (KAP) on December 31, 2020, it was announced that a contract with an approximate value of 38 million dollars was signed. The contract in question was signed between an international customer and ASELSAN, and deliveries are planned to be made by the end of 2021.

Potential Customer: Qatar

Within the scope of the aforementioned contract, ASELSAN will supply the customer with the SERDAR Anti-Tank Missile System and the SEDA firing location detection system. The user country is likely to be Qatar. SERDAR and SEDA systems are used in Ejder Yalçın TTZA's exported to Qatar by Nurol Makina. In addition, Qatar Armed Forces had signed a contract from Nurol Makina for the supply of additional Ejder Yalçın.

A contract was previously signed between Nurol Makina and Qatar for the supply of 100 pieces of Yörük 4 × 4 and 400 pieces of Ejder Yalçın. Within the scope of the contract, Sarp Dual was exported with Ejder Yalçın, NMS 4 × 4 vehicles, which stand out with their modular design, as well as the IGLA Missile Launching System and Anti-Tank Missile Launcher System.

Nurol Makina was preferred again for armored vehicles to be supplied for the Qatar Army. Deliveries will take place in "two" lots; It was announced that the first lot would be delivered in 2021 and the second in 2022. It is stated that the armored vehicles to be preferred from Nurol Makina will be Ejder Yalçın and Yörük 4 × 4.

Source: defenceturk

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