RELM Wireless receives $1m order
RELM Wireless Corporation today announced that it has received an international order totaling approximately US$1.0 million for the P25 KNG UHF portable radios and related products. The order is from the Company's dealer in Australia, and the radios will be fielded in military bases by Australian Defence Industries. It is anticipated that the order will be fulfilled during the third and fourth quarters of 2011.
RELM President and Chief Executive Officer David Storey commented, "We are excited to receive our first substantial international military order. This order was made possible as a result of our reputation and the strong performance of our products with branches of the US Military. This is the type of favorable brand and value recognition that we have been working toward with our KNG product line and responsive customer service. The order is a promising indicator that we are successfully raising the Company's profile and broadening our addressable markets. We plan to continue aggressive pursuit of more such opportunities for sales growth."
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