Tadiran wins European deal

The systems will be supplied to the tactical and strategic echelons of this country's military forces over the next two years.

By SEAN BERNSTEIN
September 19, 2006 08:34

 
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Tadiran Electronic Systems, a subsidiary of Elbit Systems, was awarded a $65 million contract for the supply of electronic warfare systems to an unnamed European country, the Holon-based defense company said Sunday. The systems will be supplied to the tactical and strategic echelons of this country's military forces over the next two years. Itzhak Beni, president and CEO of Tadiran Electronic Systems said he hoped the contract would stimulate further European business and lead to expansion of its activities there. "The customer chose Tadiran Electronic Systems after extensive tests and after evaluating numerous systems," Beni said.

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