Paris: ANADOLU Shipyard CEO Visits EURONAVAL 2012

ANADOLU Shipyard CEO Visits EURONAVAL 2012

ANADOLU Shipyard CEO Ertuğ Yaşar attended EURONAVAL exhibition organized between October 22 – 26 2012 in Paris Le Bourget Exhibition center.

EURONAVAL is the one of the most important Navy Ships exhibitions in Europe, organized every other year. This year’s edition was well attanded than the event of 2010 and it was reported that 360 companies from all over the world have exhibited while more than 70 delegation from 55 countries visited EURONAVAL 2012.

ANADOLU Shipyard CEO Ertuğ Yaşar visited the EURONAVAL 2012 for two days, where he met existing and potential suppliers of both LCT and LST projects of the ANADOLU Shipyard, as well as competitor shipyards from different countries.

Naval Today Staff,November 8, 2012; Image: ADIK

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