EODT awarded Mobile Teams Mine Clearance contract in support of US Forces, Afghanistan
EOD Technology, Inc. (EODT) will support the US Forces in Afghanistan by providing mine and battle area clearance services by mobile teams under a contract with an estimated ceiling value of $60 million awarded by the US Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville (USAESCH). Under this contract, EODT will provide clearance of munitions and explosives of concern (MEC) including landmines, and munitions material potentially presenting an explosive hazard (MPPEH) throughout Afghanistan as directed by USAESCH.
"EODT is pleased to support the US Forces and USAESCH by providing mine clearance services under this contract," said EODT president and CEO Matt Kaye. "Having operated in this high-profile region since 2004, we understand what it takes to be successful and are confident we will accomplish the mission."
EODT is accredited by the United Nations Mine Action Center Afghanistan (UNMACA) and licensed to perform Explosive Ordnance Disposal, Mine Action, and Battle Area Clearance in Afghanistan. EODT has provided mine action, security services, and expeditionary services in Afghanistan since beginning operations there in 2004.
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