IDE wins support contract from NSPA
Intracom Defense Electronics (IDE) has signed a three year contract with the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) following an international competition, the company announced on 19 July.
The framework contract includes a three year base and two option years.
Under the contract, IDE will provide depot level maintenance, overhaul, modifications, provision of spare parts and repair material and other associated services to support the maintenance of member nations' Patriot ground support equipment.
George Troullinos, CEO of IDE, said: ‘We are very honoured that NSPA awards a contract to IDE for the maintenance and support of a significant NATO advanced system. We believe that our capabilities could be further utilised for the benefits of the economy of Greece and the Hellenic armed forces.’
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