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Edge Signs MOU with L3Harris Technologies

UAE-based Edge Group entity AL TAIF will partner with US-based L3Harris Technologies to identify business opportunities in the communications system maintenance space.

To this end, AL TAIF, a leading provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for military equipment, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with L3Harris International, a subsidiary of L3Harris Technologies, and leading US aerospace and defense technology company Innovators.

The signing took place during the International Defense Exhibition (IDEX 2023) at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (Adnec), which runs until February 24.

Overall MRO

Saif Al Dahbashi, CEO of AL TAIF, said: “As the region’s premier center of excellence for integrated lifecycle support of defense systems, AL TAIF’s holistic MRO offering and broad technical curriculum make AL ​​TAIF an ideal recurring partner for L3Harris. We are delighted Proud to partner with such a respected defense technology organization and look forward to the opportunities in communications systems and maintenance that will be presented through our joint efforts.”

L3Harris is a global leader in end-to-end resilient solutions that meet customers’ mission-critical needs and is one of the largest technology and defense contractors in the United States, providing command, control, communications, computers, network defense and combat systems, and intelligence, surveillance Reconnaissance solutions for defense and commercial use.

“AL TAIF will continue to be a great partner for L3Harris as we continue to build an effective relationship,” said Kevin Steubing, Senior Director, UAE Sales and Business Development, L3Harris International. “As a leading MRO solutions company, its extensive knowledge and experience will certainly lead to transformative initiatives in our targeted areas.”

lifecycle service

AL TAIF provides the lifecycle services and technical capability development necessary to guarantee its clients’ end asset performance and mission readiness.

Its 11 state-of-the-art workshops are geographically distributed to provide seamless convenience and flexibility, while mobile units can quickly and efficiently meet all types of MRO needs. The company is part of the Platforms and Systems group of Edge, one of the world’s leading advanced technology groups. — trade arab news agency

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