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Meteksan exports damage control simulator to Asian navy

16th March 2023 - 12:30 GMT | by Tayfun Özberk in Istanbul


The Damage Control Simulator achieves a 15-degree rolling effect with hydraulics to replicate sea conditions. (Photo: Meteksan)

The recent order from an Asian customer takes the number of countries that have ordered Meteksan's shipboard Damage Control Simulator to five.

On March 13, Turkish defence company Meteksan announced a new export deal to an Asian navy via social media, making it the first supplier to export ship damage control and fire-fighting simulators to five countries worldwide.

Speaking to Shephard, Meteksan’s international sales, marketing and corporate reputation director, Burak Akbas, said: 'We recently increased the number of naval forces that prefer our Damage Control Simulator [DCSIM] to five with a new contract we signed with an Asian country. 

'We intend to complete the delivery, acceptance, and training of the simulator within two years of signing the contract.'

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Tayfun Özberk


Tayfun Özberk

Tayfun Ozberk is a former naval officer who is an expert in surface warfare, particularly …

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