Strata and Dema have signed a co-operation agreement to work together on manufacturing service exchange and knowledge transfer relating to aerospace systems.
The two companies will develop a roadmap to work on these technologies, they say, which will help facilitate a strategy from Strata to grow its supply chain footprint.
The chief executive of United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based Strata, Ismail Ali Abdulla, and chief executive of Italy-based Dema, Vincenzo Starace, signed the agreement.
“The aerospace sector is considered one of the most complex and globalised sectors in the world,” Abdulla said. “Establishing partnerships and forming robust relationships with prominent companies in the industry plays an integral role in the solidification of our supply chain system and our next stage of growth.”
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