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Sabtech Industries Enters Europe with Advanced Military Data Communications Solutions -- Appoints Yusuf Sabadia to Lead

YORBA LINDA, CA--(Marketwire - Sep 18, 2012) - Sabtech Industries, an established leader in the design, manufacture and support of tactical data communications solutions for military and government agencies, today announces it is expanding its presence in Europe with its high-precision military computer systems, interface boards, test equipment and professional services. To capitalize on the growing need for powerful military data communications in Europe, Yusuf Sabadia will lead business development efforts in the EU region as well as establish a European network of manufacturer's representatives.

Capitalizing on its leadership and technology success for the U.S. military, Sabtech is expanding its reach in Europe with its tactical communications hardware and software solutions for Europe's Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) programs. In addition, Sabtech's ruggedized solutions are well designed for the rigorous demands of industrial applications such as factory automation, oil and gas platforms and other applications where sharing data reliably and securely is required -- especially to remote locations.

"As we move forward with our strategic growth objectives, we see great potential for our data communications technology in Europe," said Michael Carter, President of Sabtech Industries. "We're pleased to bring Yusuf on board to broaden our success and growth within the region. Yusuf's decades of sales experience in business development, marketing and management will be a great asset as we move into new markets and expand our market share abroad."

During his career, Sabadia has held executive-level sales and marketing positions at leading international commercial and industrial companies including SJC-Tech, Landis+Gyr and Siemens Metering Services.

"I'm very pleased to join the Sabtech team and develop markets in Europe for its military-grade and highly reliable computer communications systems and peripheral equipment," said Sabadia. "I look forward to bringing this extraordinary level of hardware and software technology at competitive pricing levels to the European military. In addition, opening doors in industrial markets is very exciting and I look forward to identifying, developing and managing Sabtech's new business in the EU region."

Yusuf holds an Executive MBA (EMBA) from Kalaidos University of Applied Sciences in Zurich, Switzerland as well as a Master's degree in Electronics Engineering from West London University. In addition, he is Fluent in French, German and English and has a working knowledge of Arabic.

For more information on Sabtech's innovative military communication system solutions, visit www.sabtech.com or call 714-692-3800.


Headquartered in Yorba Linda, California, Sabtech Industries excels in the design, manufacture, marketing and support of specialty data communications solutions for military and government agencies as well as for industrial applications. For more than 25 years, Sabtech has successfully fulfilled a significant role in the defense of the United States and its allies by supplying innovative, highly reliable COTS products, including specialized interface boards, rugged computer systems, test equipment, and professional services for major combat and C4ISR systems worldwide. Sabtech's comprehensive selection of MIL-STD boards, systems and software enable governments worldwide to maximize their resources as they work with today's complex systems.