VINCORION Is a Member of the DGAP’s Sponsorship Association
The technology supplier VINCORION has joined the Sponsorship Association of the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP), thereby supporting research and public discourse on foreign and security policy issues in Germany.
“As a company active in the German defense industry, we feel a responsibility to advocate for an open and fact-based exchange of ideas and opinions on security policy issues in our society,” explained Dr. Stefan Stenzel, Managing Director of VINCORION. “We are convinced that greater transparency and depth are needed in the foreign and security policy debate in order to do justice to its complexity and scope. This is why we joined the Sponsorship Association of DGAP, which has been advancing public discourse as an analytical and independent voice for more than 65 years.”
Research-Driven Think Tank for Foreign and Security Policy
With over 40 researchers and more than 2,800 members, the German Council on Foreign Relations is one of the most renowned think tanks dedicated to foreign policy issues in Europe. Founded in 1955 and based in Berlin, the organization is nonpartisan and, as a research and membership organization, contributes to the foreign policy debate in Germany.
The focal points of DGAP’s research include geoeconomics, international order and democracy, migration, security, and technology and digitization. Every two months, the organization publishes the German-language journal Internationale Politik.
Technology Supplier to the Aviation, Security and Defense, and Rail Sectors
The VINCORION brand was established in 2018 by consolidating the Jenoptik Group’s mechatronics expertise under one umbrella. With more than 775 employees, the company develops and manufactures generators and hybrid power systems as well as lifting and stabilization solutions for civil and military platforms in the air, on land, and in the water at three locations in Germany. VINCORION’s customers primarily include system vendors in the aerospace, security and defense, and rail markets.