Codan awarded sole source contract from AFRICOM
Codan Limited (ASX-CDA) announced that it is delivering high frequency (HF) radio systems under a sole source contract to the United States Africa Command (AFRICOM) J6 Directorate. Under the agreement, Codan is supplying the Codan MRX-I Interoperability Gateway and NGT High Power high frequency (HF) radios for use in security missions throughout the African continent.
"Codan is extremely pleased to have been selected to supply AFRICOM with this critical requirement for HF radios and interoperability systems," said Andrew Sheppard, vice president and general manager, Codan US, Inc. "Codan radio systems are already used in more than 40 countries in Africa, and by international entities such as the African Union and the United Nations."
As part of the contract, Codan will deliver and commission the radio network within ninety days from receipt of order, as well as provide training and support services to operators.
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