REDARC Electronics is excited to be attending Eurosatory 2018, an international Defence and Security industry trade fair. The event takes place from the 11th to the 15th of June in Paris, France.
REDARC will be exhibiting as one of 37 companies representing Team Defence Australia (TDA), an organization which provides export-ready companies with access to new and existing markets and international supply chains.
Held bi-annually, Eurosatory presents products from the entire Land and Airland industry, from raw-materials to sub-assemblies and operational systems. The exhibition is the largest of its kind worldwide and is expected to attract over 1,500 exhibitors from over 55 countries.
REDARC will be well represented on the TDA stand with Defence Account Manager, Mike Hartas and Engineering Manager & Defence Liason, David Murfett in attendance. It will be the first time REDARC have attended the event.
Speaking of REDARC’s attendance at Eurosatory, Mike Hartas said that working alongside other like-minded defence primes will help reinforce REDARC’s position as an emerging presence within Australia’s defence sector.
“Its great to see REDARC selected to represent Team Defence Australia at such a prestigious and significant defence gathering, being able to exhibit alongside established defence primes such as Thales and Milspec shows that REDARC’s profile in the emerging Australian defence sector is dramatically increasing”.
“REDARC are well positioned to work closely with defence partners in providing rapid response to fully integrated solutions, events like Eurosatory open the doors for us to connect with the defence industry on a global scale”, Mike added.
With over 250 years of combined experience within their engineering department and 20 staff focused solely on design innovation coupled with world-class manufacturing and assembly capabilities, REDARC is well positioned to serve the defence industry.
REDARC currently offers a full suite of products tailored for an assortment of defence applications including power supplies, battery charging, safety and Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS).
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