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ADC-AHRLAC: “We are not Paramount”

Posted 26 March 2019 · Add Comment

Paul Potgieter Jnr, CEO of Aerospace Development Corporation (ADC) and Paul Potgieter Snr, managing director have issued a statement saying ADC-AHRLAC production facility is not part of the Paramount Group.

 

We wish to sincerely thank our many friends, colleagues, suppliers and associates who have all come out so strongly in support of our efforts to safeguard the interests of ADC, our aircraft AHRLAC and its team of engineers, designers and technicians, who have truly been successful in developing this World-leader in the Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) domain,” said Potgieter.

“We feel the need to state:"

Aerospace Development Corporation (ADC), the OEM, design authority and manufacturer of the AHRLAC aircraft is not part or the PARAMOUNT GROUP. ADC is an independent company, financially, physically and in law.

ADC has no agreement with, The Paramount Group regarding the variant of AHRLAC referred to by Paramount as MWARI.

We subscribe to and are legally obliged to follow all the relevant South African and International laws. End User identification and the appropriate approvals form a critical part of our lives in ensuring that the aircraft and its mission systems end up with legitimate customers, duly approved by the SA Government, in compliance with all appropriate legislation and due process

1.     The South African Intellectual Property with regards to our product AHRLAC will remain the property of ADC, as duly regulated, protected and governed by the appropriate SA legislative and control authorities.

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