Northrop Grumman signs LOI with PGZ
Northrop Grumman International Trading has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa (PGZ) to explore potential areas of industrial cooperation, the company announced on 20 February.
The LOI will foster cooperation between Northrop Grumman and Poland's state-owned PGZ in a range defence and security areas with the aim of delivering solutions to Poland's Ministry of National Defence.
Tarik Reyes, vice president, business development, missile defense and protective systems, Northrop Grumman, said: 'This LOI demonstrates our mutual interest in exploring ways in which Northrop Grumman and PGZ may be able to collaborate and address specific high technology capabilities that are of growing importance.
'We hope these exploratory discussions will result in strengthening our long-term involvement in the success of future projects.'
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