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HDT Engineered Technologies (HDT) wins Collective Protection Shelter Systems contract with Canadian Department of National Defence

20th January 2010 - 16:00 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


HDT Engineered Technologies (HDT), a leader in design, development and production of integrated, deployable solutions for government, commercial and military customers, won the Collective Protection (ColPro) Shelter Systems contract with the Canadian Department of National Defence (DND). HDT will provide 13 Transportable Collective Protection (ColPro) Shelter Systems protected against CBRN threats.

"HDT is ecstatic to partner with Canadian DND on the largest international collective protection (ColPro) program to date," said Carl Pates, HDT Vice President of CBRN Programs.

The security environment has changed significantly in recent years, placing new operational requirements at the forefront. The HDT complete turnkey solution will increase the Canadian Forces response capability, particularly in austere environments, in support of domestic, NATO, United Nations and other coalition operations. This program solution contains expeditionary products, training, logistical services, and repair/overhaul support to assist the DND.

HDT's systems provide a safe, clean environment where personnel can operate without the burden of Individual Protective Equipment (IPE). HDT products make up a fully integrated system designed for people doing tough jobs in extreme environments and situations. The company's expeditionary systems include highly mobile facilities for command posts; hospitals; military living quarters; emergency medical treatment units; chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) decontamination facilities for first responders; and operations centers requiring command and control (C2) functionality.

"HDT is proud to support the Canadian Department of National Defence in its mission to protect their homeland, while providing capabilities designed to ensure their soldiers' safety and well-being," said Vince Nardy, President and CEO of HDT Engineered Technologies.

Source: HDT Engineered Technologies

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