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Turkey, Malaysia ink pacts to boost collaboration in aerospace industry

Sirim Berhad, Turkish Aerospace will cooperate in areas conformity assessment, quality, standards development

Aysu Biçer   | 25.11.2021
Turkey, Malaysia ink pacts to boost collaboration in aerospace industry

ANKARA 

Sirim Berhad and Turkish Aerospace on Thursday inked a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at fostering collaboration in developing the Aerospace Industry ecosystem.

With the MoU, both parties will co-operate in areas related to conformity assessment, quality and standards development, research development and new technology innovations for the aerospace industry, according to a joint statement.

SIRIM Berhad is a corporate organization owned wholly by the Malaysian Government, under the Minister of Finance Incorporated.

SIRIM Berhad's President and Group Chief Executive Dato' Dr. Ahmad Sabirin Arshad said the MoU would also enable both parties to accelerate the deployment of any advanced technologies relating to Aerospace such as Drone or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle.

"SIRIM and Turkish Aerospace also hoped to develop International strategic technology business framework in relation to aerospace industries and identify the total solution for implementation of Industrial 4.0 Smart Manufacturing project," he said.

Turkish Aerospace President Temel Kotil also said: "With this development, we aim to contribute to the catalyst of Malaysia's aerospace industry with the several joint projects that would also benefit both parties."

Turkish Aerospace will continue to contribute to the capabilities of the two countries in this field aerospace and defense industry, he added.

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