Elbit Systems bags airborne intelligence systems contract
Elbit Systems has received a contract from an unnamed Asia-Pacific country to supply advanced airborne intelligence systems, the company announced on 3 December.
The $112 million contract will be performed over a six-year period.
Bezhalel Machlis, president and CEO, Elbit Systems, said: ‘We are pleased to be awarded this contract to supply an intelligence solution that addresses both current and future battlefield requirements.
‘We see a continuous demand for our systems due to our unique capacity to offer comprehensive and agile solutions encompassing platforms, payloads and analysis technologies.’
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