Sikorsky Aerospace Services explores Turkish joint venture

  • 21-May-2009 01:42 EDT
Sikorsky Aerospace Services signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to explore the formation of a joint venture with MilSOFT ICT to develop, market, and support a suite of fleet management software tools. The prospective joint venture entity would be located in Ankara, Turkey, and would offer sophisticated software, including comprehensive maintenance and material management tools with an advanced suite of diagnostic modules, electronic technical manuals, and web-based training that can be used to support any complex weapons system including tanks, UAVs, ships, and ground vehicles. Sikorsky also recently signed an MOU with Alp Aviation to establish Alp as a qualified supplier of International Black Hawk helicopter transmission systems.
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