(Stamford Advocate, 9/13/18)
Quick, think of a big U.S. trading partner. Now think of a strategic ally that buys a lot of defense equipment from the United States.
Australia most likely doesn’t come to mind right away. But it does for U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, and it does at Thinklogical, a maker of ultra-secure, ultra-fast systems for managing video and data at military and intelligence command centers, animation studios and commercial users that need secrecy and speed.
Thinklogical, with about 70 of its 85 employees at its longtime Milford location, will be among 80 small and midsize defense supply chain companies, 36 from Connecticut, at the first-ever U.S.-Australia “Mateship” defense trade summit Monday and Tuesday in Mystic.