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Maerospace Ranked 73rd in CDR’s Top 100 Defence Companies

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Waterloo, ON – 24 May 2022 – Maerospace Corporation, a global supplier of real-time maritime intelligence via industry leading radar systems and innovative data analytics, has been named seventy-third (73rd) in the top 100 Defence Companies by Canadian Defence Review (CDR) magazine, a leading Canadian defence and military journal. The CDR Top 100 recognizes those companies that meet the stringent qualifications and criteria imposed by CDR to be considered for this honor.

CDR serves the information needs of Canada’s defence community, appealing to readers that include senior officers in the Canadian military, senior government officials and parliamentarians as well as executives in the defence, aerospace, security and related industries. The selection process for the CDR Top 100 consists of evaluation by a panel comprising the CDR editorial staff plus independent advisors that rank the companies annually based on factors such as economic impact to the country, research & development initiatives, innovation, contribution to the nation’s security, national and international contract wins, excellence of management and support of Canada’s military. 2022 marks Maerospace’s first entry and acceptance into the select group of companies.

“CDR provides its readership with valuable information regarding companies that support the Canada’s defence, military, and government with leading technology solutions,’ said Eric Meger, Maerospace CEO. “We are honored to be amongst those chosen as one of the top 100 companies making contributions that will make a difference.“

Meger also noted that Maerospace recently announced that it will be exhibiting at CANSEC, Canada’s largest global defence and security trade show.  Members of the Maerospace executive team will be on Booth 128 in Ottawa’s EY Centre to give visitors a sneak peek at the Company’s newest installation site located at Cape Race, Newfoundland that features its latest radar release, the 4th generation PASE™ High Frequency Surface Wave Radar system, and the new Maerospace Integrated Radar Equipment Shelter (IRES). CANSEC will take place on June 1 & 2, 2022.

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