Comsoft and Bulatsa reinforce long-term partnership

Memorandum of Understanding between COMSOFT and BULATSA further strengthens their decade-long business relationship

- Sofia, Bulgaria

The Bulgarian Air Traffic Services Authority (BULATSA) recently signed an Understanding of Cooperation Memorandum with COMSOFT, highlighting the solid partnership built up over the last ten years.

COMSOFT has worked together with BULATSA since 2003 on the installation of RMCDE, COMSOFT's Radar Message Conversion & Distribution Equipment. 

The Director General of BULATSA, Mr. Tzvetan Dilov, expressed his pleasure with the partnership stating: "COMSOFT's professionalism and expertise over the years have enabled a working relationship we can depend upon. The reliability of their market-leading and forward thinking solutions has enhanced our service."

The installation of Quadrant ADS-B ground stations in 2008, and choosing the German expert’s marketing-leading AMHS solution AIDA-NG and state-of-the-art ARTAS technology on two subsequent projects in 2010 and 2011, are among the collaborations COMSFOT and BULATSA have worked on together over the years.

COMSOFT’s CEO Manfred Schmid added: "We are delighted to have maintained this long-term relationship with BULATSA which reflects all that we stand for. We are committed to providing superior products to our customers in order for them to advance and we look forward to continuing our support for BULATSA for years to come.”

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