UVision Air Ltd., is expanding its cooperation with South Korean firm Firstec Co. Ltd., to provide logistic services to the armed forces of The Republic of Korea (ROK) and localization of Loitering Munition.
As UVision’s Korean business partner, Firstec Co. Ltd., has been marketing the HERO Series in South Korea for several years, enabling the introduction of UVision’s Loitering Munition Systems into South Korea.
“This expansion is part of UVision’s growing commitment to the Korean market which we see as strategic market. We have identified a need for systems such as our Hero-30 and Hero- 120, which can deliver a more effective response to the operational challenges facing the Republic of Korea (ROK). In addition, we see South Korea as a technology leader, and therefore, an ideal starting point for the entire Asian market,” says Major General (Ret.) Avi Mizrachi, CEO of UVision.
The new agreement increases the opportunities for the two companies to cooperate in providing support and logistics services to the ROK’s Armed Forces. It will also enable the implementation of localization processes for UVision products for the Korean Military. UVision is showcasing its Hero-30 and Hero-120 Lethal Loitering Munitions Systems at the Firstec booth at the ongoing show.
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