Dewey Electronics receives $7.9m order
The Dewey Electronics Corporation, announced today the recent receipt of a delivery order for its 2kW diesel operated Military Tactical Generators (MTG) in the amount of $7.9 million.
This order was made under the 10 year indefinite-delivery/indefinite quantity contract awarded in September 2001 by the US Army, CECOM, Ft. Monmouth, NJ. The delivery order is for both the AC and DC versions of the generator with shipments scheduled to begin in April 2012 and to continue through September 2013.
The 2kW diesel operated MTG is used throughout the Department of Defense with over 17,000 fielded by Dewey since 1996.
John Dewey, President and CEO, said, "Everyone here at Dewey is excited about this large order. It is the last under the 10 year prime contract and, while no assurances can be given as to future orders, we are now looking forward to selling the same generator through new military channels in the years to come."
Source: Dewey Electronics
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