L-3 TRL announces expansion into UAE
UK-based defence manufacturer L-3 TRL Technology announced today the opening of a new international office in Abu Dhabi to expand its presence in the Middle East and provide increased, localised support for its customers and partners in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and surrounding countries.
As a leading provider of electronic defence systems, including Counter-RCIED, SIGINT and SATCOM monitoring systems, L-3 TRL's expansion into the UAE comes as a result of increasing demand for its products and services in the Middle East.
In addition to the new Abu Dhabi office, L-3 TRL is also delighted to announce the appointment of the MEA Regional Manager, Adrian Hickey, who will be heading up the new office, bringing with him over 20 years of experience in working with clients in the region.
"The Middle East market is fundamental to the future growth of L-3 TRL, and Abu Dhabi is an ideal location to begin our expansion overseas," said Mr. Hickey. "Being permanently located in the region will enable us to build and strengthen our existing relationships and develop enduring relationships with new customers and partners."
With an extensive history in providing organisations around the world with innovative defence systems for applications including VVIP protection, counter-terrorism and homeland security, L-3 TRL is dedicated to the ongoing investment in better serving its international markets. The company already operates a number of Forward Support Centres that serve customers around the world, and more international offices are planned for the near future to offer increased sales support on a global scale.
Source: L-3 TRL
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