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Turkish Aerospace signs framework agreement with Royal Netherlands Aerospace

Posted 31 July 2019 · Add Comment

Turkish Aerospace has signed a framework agreement on future projects with the Royal Netherlands Aerospace Center that will see the companies cooperate on aerospace research projects, trainings, modelling, simulation, testing and new manufacturing techniques.

The protocol was signed between Turkish Aerospace President and CEO, Temel Kotil, and Royal Netherlands Aerospace CEO, Michel Peters.

 

 

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