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Lithuanian Defence and Security Industry Association joins ASD as new member

Source: ASD

The Lithuanian Defence and Security Industry Association (LDSIA) joins the Aerospace, Security and Defence Industries Association of Europe (ASD) as a new member. LDSIA’s membership took effect on 29 February 2024.

 

With this, ASD now has 49 members, including 24 associations representing more than 4,000 companies in 20 European countries.

LDSIA, founded in 2014, unites and represents 100 Lithuanian and foreign business enterprises operating in defence and security in the country.

Jan Pie, ASD Secretary General, said: “I’m very pleased to welcome LDSIA to the ASD family, our first member from the Baltic region which is a true hub for innovation in our sectors. LDSIA’s contributions will further enhance ASD’s impact and relevance as the single voice for the European aerospace, security, and defence industries in Brussels and beyond.”

Vaidas Sabaliauskas, CEO of LDSIA, said: “By joining ASD, we aim to strengthen our ties with industry leaders across Europe. Our membership will not only enrich the diversity of perspectives within ASD but also offer valuable insights and expertise from the Baltic region. We are looking forward to the opportunity to actively engage within ASD and working collaboratively towards the advancement of aerospace and defence industries across Europe.”

 

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