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US Deputy Assistant Secretary visits IDE

04 October 2017

Koropi, October 4th, 2017 : Μs. Ann Cataldo, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Defense Exports and Cooperation, accompanied by officials from the Embassy and the Office of Defense Cooperation (ODC) of USA in Greece, visited IDE (INTRACOM Defense Electronics) premises on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017.

Ms. Cataldo was welcomed by Mr. George Troullinos, CEO and high executives of IDE and was briefed about IDE’s capabilities, development programs, the cooperation developed between IDE and US defense companies and the prospects of expanding the cooperations. Ms. Cataldo was toured to the company's production lines and also had the opportunity to attend a live demonstration of tactical communications products and hybrid energy systems for military vehicles developed by IDE.

After the completion of the visit Ms. Cataldo stated that she greatly appreciated the tour of the facility and that she looks forward to future engagements with Greek defense industry to support the two countries' mutual defense needs.

About IDE

IDE, Greece’s leading electronics and communications systems provider in the defense and security, is a subsidiary of Intracom Holdings, one of the largest multinational technology groups in Greece. IDE possesses unique know-how in design, development and manufacturing of products that incorporate state-of-the-art technology in tactical military communication systems, encryption devices, command, control and communication systems (C³I), surveillance, reconnaissance and security systems, hybrid electric power and electric energy storage systems, missile data links and electronic components, software for military applications and testing equipment.

IDE participates in international development and production programs, as well as in international cooperations for the production and export of defense equipment and is a registered member on NATO’s vendors list. The Company’s products and services are deployed in Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Lithuania, Luxemburg (NATO/NSPA), Sweden, UK and the USA.

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