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SAIPA Starts Collaboration to Utilize Army’s Air Force Tech

Transferring modern technologies and capabilities of the armed forces to the domestic auto industry has been placed on the agenda of Iranian authorities
SAIPA Starts Collaboration to Utilize Army’s Air Force Tech SAIPA Starts Collaboration to Utilize Army’s Air Force Tech

Major Iranian automaker SAIPA has signed an agreement with the Iranian Army’s Air Force, based on which the latter’s technologies will be shared with the carmaker.
During a Sunday visit to SAIPA’s production lines, Deputy Coordinator of Iran Air Force Brigadier General Mehdi Hadian and a member of SAIPA’s board of directors, Masoum Najafian, inked a collaboration deal, the automaker’s website Saipanews.com reported.
At the signing event, Hadian emphasized that the auto sector and army have a lot in common. 
“Army’s Air Force has upgraded high-tech equipment, which can help flourish the domestic auto sector. The linkup can put this potential into practice and fill the gaps on both sides,” he said.
Hadian noted that the establishment of professional joint working groups can help define more projects between the automaker and the air force.
Najafian said self-sufficiency in the production of all auto parts, especially the high-tech components, is the main challenge facing the auto sector. 

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