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Thales To Open Office In Abu Dhabi

Thales, a provider of mission-critical information systems for the aerospace, defence and security markets, plans to open a regional office at Abu Dhabi airport's new Business and Logistics Park. This comes in addition to Thale's recent announcement indicating the establishment of a regional service centre at the same location. This double move of two of its regional units is part of the agreement which recently awarded Thales a $36.7m air traffic control tower contract for Abu Dhabi's International Airport.

Source: www.ameinfo.com

 

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