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Alsalam to participates in Dubai Airshow under new corporate identity

Posted 11 November 2017 · Add Comment

Alsalam will be exhibiting at the show for the first time as Alsalam Aerospace Industries since changing its corporate identity earlier this year.

Exhibiting for the eleventh time at the show Alsalam will be highlighting its advancement into aerospace manufacturing and the company’s contribution to the industrial developments and Saudisation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in line with the ambitions set in Saudi Vision 2030.

Alsalam’s President & CEO, Yahya bin Hamoud Al-Ghoraibi, said: “Our participation reflects our commitment to contribute to realizing the ambitions of the Saudi Vision 2030.”  “Alsalam will be showcasing the Kingdom’s advancements in the aerospace industry at the Dubai Airshow this year and will display its latest developments and achievements in providing integrated services for the maintenance, upgrade and modification of military, commercial and VIP aircraft”.

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