SEA, SIATT sign MoU
SEA has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with SIATT, a Brazilian-owned specialist in intelligent weapons and integration of high technology systems, the company announced on 2 April.
The MoU will see the companies jointly pursue routes to market for defence equipment and services in Brazil.
SEA provides an extensive product and service range, engineering solutions and in-service support to the defence sector both within the UK and to markets worldwide, including Asia, South America and Australia.
Steve Hill, managing director, SEA, said: ‘SEA intends to bring the best of the industry’s technology to Brazil, transferring its knowledge to SIATT’s personnel to expand manufacturing, assembly and test capability in the local market.
‘This strategically important partnership will help us expand our operations in Brazil, providing mutual benefits for SEA, SIATT and the Brazilian defence industry, which will have access to SEA’s leading products, including agnostic torpedo launcher systems, decoy launcher systems simulation and training services, and thin line arrays.’
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