|18 November, 2019

Governor of GAMI, and several other dignitaries visit SAMI stand as Dubai Airshow 2019 kicks off

The dignitaries conducted a tour of SAMI’s latest military and defense technologies

SAMI Officials with H.E. Abdulhadi Almansouri President of GACA

SAMI Officials with H.E. Abdulhadi Almansouri President of GACA

Dubai, UAE: A number of high-ranking officials today visited the stand of Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) at the Dubai Airshow 2019 as the company began its inaugural participation in the biggest aerospace event in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa, taking place at Dubai World Central from 17 – 21 November.

SAMI’s CEO Dr. Andreas Schwer, along with other senior executives, received H.R.H. Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, Chairman of the Saudi Space Agency, H.E. Eng. Ahmed bin Abdulaziz Al-Ohali, Governor of the General Authority for Military Industries (GAMI), H.E. Abdulhadi Almansouri, President of General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), Maj. Gen. Abdullah bin Ibrahim Al-Ghamdi, Deputy Commander of the Joint Forces, and Brig. Gen. Ayed al-Jeaid, Chairman of flynas.

The dignitaries conducted a tour of SAMI’s latest military and defense technologies and systems on display at the Dubai Airshow and were briefed on the products and services being showcased by SAMI’s companies, namely SAMI Navantia Naval Industries (SAMINavantia), Advanced Electronics Company (AEC), and Aircraft Accessories and Components Company (AACC), which are participating in the show under SAMI’s umbrella.

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About Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI):

Launched in May 2017, Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) is a state-owned ‎military industries company working under the directives outlined in the ‎Saudi Vision 2030. Aiming to be among the top 25 military industries companies in the ‎world by 2030, SAMI is expected to play a key role in localizing 50% of the Kingdom’s ‎total government military spending.

SAMI is combining the latest technologies and the best national talents to develop ‎military products and services at par with international standards across five business ‎divisions, namely Aeronautics, Land Systems, Weapons and Missiles, Defense Electronics, and Emerging Technologies. ‎The company is also focused on increasing exports and bringing foreign investment to ‎the Kingdom’s military industries sector.

For more information, visit www.sami.com.sa or e-mail us at info@sami.com.sa 

For media inquiries or interviews, please contact:

Meshel B. Alsaleh
PR & International Partnerships Manager
Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI)
Email: malsaleh@sami.com.sa
Mobile: ‎+966505464320

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