Ballistic Protection Solutions of CES Advanced Composites under the Spotlight in the World Market

19 Eylül 2018
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The special coverage published in the 58th issue of MSI Turkish Defence Review (TDR) is below:

 

CES Advanced Composites took the opportunity at Eurosatory to display its personal protection equipment, including helmets, vests, shields and chest plates, as well as its spall liner and add-on armour solutions that offer ballistic protection to armoured military vehicles.

Producing ballistic protection products from 100 percent indigenous resources, the company aims to reduce Turkey’s foreign dependency in this field. Allocating a significant portion of its turnover to R&D, CES Advanced Composites is replacing hundreds of metal components used in the land vehicles of such prime contractors as FNSS, Otokar and BMC with high-tech composites, and is continuing to expand its R&D team accordingly.

Targeting to export 50 percent of its products and to become a world leader in composites by 2020, the company has increased its efforts in Europe by establishing CES Composites UK. In Turkey, from its premises established over an area of 20,000 m2, CES Advanced Composite Products provides its business partners with a wide spectrum of services, ranging from conventional manufacturing methods to production techniques that require aviation certification.

The company develops its solutions with a vision centred on the global market, and manufactures personal ballistic protection products according to world standards. Supported by its engineering background, the company develops its family of personal protection equipment, including helmets, vests, chest plates and shields, with the primary goal of providing advantage and ease of use to the user in the field in terms of ergonomics, weight and easy accessory integration. The company’s indigenously developed spall liner and add-on armour solutions are currently being used on many armoured vehicle platforms, including those related to tank modernisation projects.

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