TUPAN SIGNS PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH FORESTAU GREEN LLC TO EXPAND OPERATIONS IN UAE
- ForestAu Green LLC and Tupan team up to promote sustainable development in the UAE
- Tupan’s partnership with ForestAu Green LLC opens new opportunities for the innovative air vehicle technology
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 28 February 2023: Tupan, an innovative air vehicle technology, has announced a partnership agreement with ForestAu Green LLC to start its operations in the United Arab Emirates. The announcement comes as the company wraps up its participation in IDEX 2023, the largest defence exhibition and conference in the Middle East.
ForestAu Green LLC is an environmental digital asset investment fund, focused on promoting the regenerative circular economy in the Amazonian region. The fund is the issuer of the “Tupan Token” and intends to promote economic and social-environmental integration by promoting the qualified management of these digital assets.
“We are excited to partner with Tupan and support their innovative technology in the UAE and beyond,” said ForestAu Green LLC CEO, Oderli Feriani. “Tupan’s versatile air vehicles have the potential to revolutionize cargo transport, and we look forward to working together to advance our shared goals of promoting sustainability and economic development.”
Tupan’s CEO, Alberto Carlos Pereira, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership. “Their commitment to fostering the regenerative circular economy aligns with our own goals, and we believe that this partnership will enable us to have a positive impact in the region and beyond,” he said.
The partnership agreement was made in the presence of Marco Minerbo, Tupan’s Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) and Alan Zettelmann, Tupan’s Ambassador in UAE, besides investors and partners in the UAE that preferred don’t be disclosed.
Tupan’s participation in IDEX 2023 has been a major success, with the company’s stand visited by most of the official delegations. The event has provided Tupan with an ideal platform to increase its visibility and reach, as well as to demonstrate the capabilities and benefits of its HSVSTOL unmanned aerial vehicles. Tupan’s technology is also set to impact the new portfolio of special forces.