Friday, September 3, 2010

DCI, Expert In Training, Will Showcase Its Naval Activities at the 2010 Euronaval Show

The next Euronaval show, one of the most important events on the naval and maritime industry calendar, will be held from 25 to 29 October 2010 at the Paris-Le Bourget exhibition centre. DCI (Defense Conseil International) will be exhibiting with a totally new and harmonious booth (N° D11).

Designed by the architect Daniel Ridet who works for “Culture Design”, DCI’s booth will take you into the depths of the sea. With its transparent sail, DCI’s booth will look like a giant traditional vessel. Covering more than 128 square meters, DCI exhibit will show the know-how of the company for the naval sector, including the high technology angle. The booth will showcase a dummy diver and a decompression chamber which is currently used by the Kuweiti authorities.

“DCI is really pleased to exhibit again at the Euronaval show which is the global meeting point of the international naval and maritime community,” said Jean-Louis Rotrubin, CEO of DCI. “Besides our training, consulting and assistance activities in the naval field, DCI will take benefit of Euronaval to showcase its know-how and experience from naval sovereignty to state actions at sea and maritime safety & security.”

For more than 38 years, DCI is specialized in the export of French Defence know-how at the centre of tripartite relations between the French armed forces, European industrialists and the armed forces of friendly foreign countries. Working under the supervision of the French Ministry of Defence, and in close co-operation with the Délégation Générale pour l’Armement (the French armed services and industry), DCI provides training, advice and assistance on the back of French export sales. It also provides prime contracting and outsourcing support.

In France, DCI is a successful partner of the French Ministry of Defence for outsourcing with the notification of the first state partnership contract in 2008. Thanks to its unique and cross-disciplinary military culture and an excellent service stamped with the “French armed forces” label, DCI operates on the entire spectrum of defence and security with its four departments: Cofras, Navfco, Airco and Desco.

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