Global security company Hanwha Techwin signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Benha Electronics, the Ministry of Military (MMP) in Egypt, on December 29, 2020.
The ceremony was attended by the MMP Deputy Chief Mohamed Salah el Din, Benha Electronics Chairman General Fawzi Khalil, Hanwha Techwin Middle East & Africa Head Sung-Jae Lee, and officials at the South Korean Embassy of Egypt.
Under the MOU, Hanwha Techwin and the MMP will cooperate in expanding the depth and reach of cutting-edge security solution applications, particularly in video surveillance, within the Egyptian government organisations and their public projects taking place across Egypt.
Hanwha Techwin will supply security solutions to major projects in Egypt for a safety of utilities, prevention of crime and accident. And Hanwha Techwin will work with Benha Electronics to locally manufacture security cameras and help deploy advanced surveillance solutions in the region.
The partnership signifies the excellence of Hanwha Techwin’s solutions and technologies and reflects the trust from Egypt’s military organisations, where high-level security is required.
With the latest MOU, Hanwha Techwin is expected to partake in public work projects not only in Egypt but also in countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region in the future.
“We are honored to establish a partnership with the Egyptian government through this MOU. We will continue to work together for a high level security in Egypt”. Said Sung-Jae Lee, Head of Hanwha Techwin Middle East.