High Impact Technology "HIT" is sharing a booth with our local customer at the 5 day long IDEX international defense trade show here in Abu Dhabi, UAE. We are one of about 120 U.S. companies representing their goods in the USA Pavilion.
Of the approximately 50,000 people at IDEX, we were honored to meet with and show our technologies to HH Sheik Mohamed Bin Zayad Al Nahyan - the acting President of the UAE. We have been protecting his country's vehicles for 3 years now and he wanted to thank our team for saving UAE lives. Quite an honor for HIT and our local customer Continuum-ME.
IDEX is the largest Middle East based military show and over 80 countries are represented here.
HIT is proud to have 7 different companies at this trade show showing their vehicles which have our protection technology installed on them.
Russ Monk, Director of Operations and Co-Founder of High Impact Technology can usually be found engaging in business development outside the U.S. and testing new applications for their advanced materials -- always with an eye to saving lives. He is Vice-Chair of the Export Council of Oregon and Southwest Washington.
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