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IMDEC 2023: STM debuts innovative naval & UAV projects in Ghana.

| 2023

Today marks the inaugural day of IMDEC 2023, where STM, a frontrunner in the Turkish defense industry, unveiled its groundbreaking naval projects and mini-UAV systems.
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Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 STM booth at IMDEC 2023 in Ghana. (Picture source: STM)

The company, renowned for catalyzing significant advancements in Türkiye's defense sector, promises to be a highlight of this premier African defense event.

On display is an array of STM's offerings, from their pioneering Ada Class MILGEM corvette project to the Istif (I) Class Frigate and the high-speed STM-MPAC Multi-Purpose Attack Craft.

Attendees will also get an exclusive look at KARGU, Türkiye's first national attack UAV, alongside the Loitering Munition System ALPAGU and the surveillance UAV TOGAN, which made its first sale in Africa this year.

Adhering to NATO standards, STM's global footprint boasts partnerships from South America to Asia. Their commitment to cost-efficiency and robust technical support has enhanced defense capabilities worldwide.

Notably, their collaboration with the Ukrainian Navy and the delivery of the Fleet Tanker PNS MOAWIN to the Pakistan Navy underscores their global impact.

Furthermore, the Turkish Naval Forces' MILGEM Ada-Class Corvettes, produced under STM's expert guidance, are evidence of their commitment to excellence.

As attendees explore the expo, they will also discover STM's upcoming project, the TCG Istanbul – Türkiye's first national frigate, slated for completion in 2023.

To round off their presentation, STM showcased their prowess in offshore patrol vessels with the meticulously crafted OPV-2100, a vessel built for diverse maritime operations.

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