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NAVDEX 2017: ADSB and Raytheon Celebrated Ten Years of Partnership
 
ADSB Raytheon 10 years partnership NAVDEX 2017 Abu Dhabi Ship Building Company (ADSB) has partnered with Raytheon International Inc. for over a decade to ensure the UAE navy is equipped with the world's most advanced self-defense capability for its fleet. Today the two companies honored their alliance with a gift exchange at NAVDEX 2017, the region’s leading naval defence and maritime security event.
 
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NAVDEX 2017 Online News Coverage - ADSB & Raytheon
 
 
 
NAVDEX 2017: ADSB and Raytheon Celebrated Ten Years of Partnership
 
Abu Dhabi Ship Building Company (ADSB) has partnered with Raytheon International Inc. for over a decade to ensure the UAE navy is equipped with the world's most advanced self-defense capability for its fleet. The two companies honored their alliance with a gift exchange at NAVDEX 2017, the region’s leading naval defence and maritime security event.
     
ADSB Raytheon 10 years partnership NAVDEX 2017The two companies honored their alliance during NAVDEX 2017
     
Dr Khaled Al Mazrouei, CEO of Abu Dhabi Ship Building spoke of the company’s pride in the decade of success seen from this synergetic partnership. “Working with Raytheon since 2006, a company that has rooted itself in the Middle East for over 50 years, continues to be an asset for the UAE’s Baynunah class of ships, and essential to increasing the UAE’s naval strength. Abu Dhabi Ship Building looks forward to continued cooperation between our companies, in our aspiration to bring about the right defensive solutions to the UAE Navy.”

Chris Davis, President of Raytheon International Inc. in the UAE said, “I have a deep respect and appreciation for our partners at Abu Dhabi Ship Building, in the next ten years, we’ll continue to expand our cooperation to ensure the UAE navy is equipped and ready for whatever challenges emerge.”

Raytheon and ADSB continue to expand their relationship by consulting with one another on the design and development of future variants and new ship classes.