HAVELSAN HAS RENEWED ITS QUARTER-CENTURY-OLD LOGO

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HAVELSAN, which has been operating in the fields of defence, simulation, ICT, homeland security and cyber security since 1982, announced the change of its logo, which has been used for nearly a quarter of a century, with the launch event held at HAVELSAN Central Campus on December 8, 2020.

 

 

 

The ceremony attended by President of Defence Industries Prof. İsmail Demir, General Manager of Turkish Armed Forces Foundation Sadık Piyade, Chairperson of HAVELSAN Mustafa Murat Şeker, General Manager of HAVELSAN Dr. Mehmet Akif Nacar and HAVELSAN executives was broadcast live on HAVELSAN social media accounts.

 

 

 

 

 

Making the opening speech of the launch event, HAVELSAN General Manager Dr. Mehmet Akif Nacar pointed out that a new vision, a new strategy and a new technology mind are indispensable for a brand-new face and brand identity. Dr. Nacar stated that the logo change is a part of HAVELSAN's technological transformation and vision.

 

 

 

 

Mustafa Murat Şeker, Chairperson of the Board of Directors of HAVELSAN, while emphasizing the importance of the logo, which is one of the most well-known symbols of a strong corporate image, said “We work for the requirements of the age with the inspiration and experience we get from our past without forgetting our yesterday, without changing our identity, and we code the future with great faith and efficiency”.

 

 

 

 

President of Defence Industries Prof. İsmail Demir also made a statement on the event as follows.  “The change of a quarter century old logo of HAVELSAN, which is one of the important actors of the Turkish Defence Industry, indicates in a sense that our industry is working resolutely and will continue to do so with determination despite the fight against the pandemic in the current period. I congratulate everyone who contributed to this process, and wish the new logo to yield great results for HAVELSAN".

08 12 2020
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