Defence-Security-Government Relations

Edward Banayoti established defence unlimited

defence unlimited international established by edward banayoti

 

Edward Banayoti established Defence Unlimited International, as brokers of Military assets.

Defence Unlimited International is a member of the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (CADSI), which is the national voice of the Canadian defence, and security industries, a sector that employs over 109,000 Canadians and generates more than $12.6 billion dollars for the Canadian economy every year.

Defence Unlimited International can deliver boats/ ships, rifles, grenade launchers, marine and land radar systems, tanks and other armoured vehicles, helicopters/ planes and UAV’s.

Defence Unlimited International offers a full line of services to include specialized training, etc.

Defence Unlimited International provides security contractors and/or security services. Defence Unlimited International also provides services to train or supplement official armed forces in service of friendly governments.

Defence Unlimited International’s Security Contractors can be employed by private companies government buildings, and embassies to provide bodyguards for key staff or protection of company premises, especially in hostile territories. Our Security Contractors don’t participate as offensive force in a war zones in any way shape or form.

Defence Unlimited International can offer Unarmed guards for facilities/residences/project sites, Physical security for premises, Security management consulting, Security training for staff, Risk assessment/threat analysis, Information services, Armed guards for facilities/residences/project sites, Standby security, and Mobile escorts (armed).

Defence Unlimited International offers Defence offset trade, and agreements are legal trade practices in the aerospace and military industries.

These commercial practices do not need state regulations but since the purchasers are mostly military departments of sovereign nations comparable to the US Defense Department, many countries have offset laws, public regulations or, alternatively, formal internal offset policies. The international names for these commercial practices connected to weapons trade are various: industrial compensations, industrial cooperation, offsets, industrial and regional benefits, balances. Offset agreements are protectionist, and distort competition.

Defence Unlimited International also provides export compliance, as well as export training services to companies within the Defence export sector.

For more information, please contact mailbox@defenceunlimited.com

Defence Unlimited International

Suite 1513, 4 Robert Speck Parkway,

Mississauga, ON L4Z1S1, Canada.

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