The Spanish public company Navantia, an international benchmark in the design and construction of high-tech military and civil ships, has become a Global Partner of FEINDEF 2021, the benchmark fair that encompasses the sector of defense and security in Spain, which will take place in Madrid in May 2021.
Navantia´s selection as a Global Partner has been made in competition with other important companies in the Defense and Security sector through a regulated and transparent procedure, and sets it up as the main sponsor and prominent image of the fair.
“For those responsible for FEINDEF, it is a satisfaction to see the acceptance that the different degrees of sponsorship have had among the companies to which we thank for their participation and collaboration. It should be noted that important companies such as Indra, John Cockeril, ITP Aero and Tecnobit, participated in the Global Partner selection process and that, although they could not obtain it, they will do so as Ecosystem Partners, thus reinforcing the international image of the Fair”.
Likewise, the companies Escribano Mechanical & Engineering, GDELS-Santa Barbara Sistemas, Leonardo Hispania, SASCorp, HEROUX DEVTEC (CESA) and ORACLE, have joined the select group of sponsors demonstrating the important support that FEINDEF is obtaining from prominent companies worldwide for an appointment that is expected to be historic.
The first edition of FEINDEF, held in 2019, attracted around 13.000 professional attendees and more than 150 companies from around the world. This second edition will have double the allocated space and it is expected to also double the number of collaborating companies and attendees.
With just over six months to go before the start of the second edition, the rate of applications from companies interested in participating is exceeding that of the first edition. At this time, more than 35% of the available space has already been allocated and it is expected to reach the totality before finalizing the commercialization process initially planned until march 2021.