SCT Technology receives contract from NSPA
SCT Technology received a contract from NATO’s Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) in December for the provision and integration of RFID equipment and services.
Under the contract, the company will provide a product catalogue for both NSPA and NATO nations to procure SCT’s RFID military shipment and asset tracking software, hardware and services.
The product catalogue will allow NATO nations to procure SCT’s technology at a discounted price negotiated on their behalf by the NSPA. A listing with the NSPA also provides buyers with assurance that the products comply with the relevant standard NATO agreements.
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