DSEI 2015: Ladders reach new heights
Nordic assault systems manufacturer, Henriksen Rapid Entry Boarding System (REBS), has secured an order for its new Carbon Multi Ladders (CML) product.
The un-named Middle East customer has bought 72 sections of CML even though the product was launched for the first time at the DSEI exhibition in London.
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Representatives from UK Trade and Investment Defence and Security Organisation (UKTI DSO) used the DSEI exhibition to showcase various technologies on offer from UK industry.
Richard Thomas, UV and maritime security editor at Shephard Media, reviews the major announcements at DSEI 2015.
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