Selex ES has signed a contract with AIROD SDN BHD for the supply and support of equipment for the Royal Malaysian Navy's Super Lynx MK100 helicopter.
YBhg Colonel Dato’ Mohammed Selamat bin Bakin RMAF (R), CEO of AIROD, signed the contract with Barry Anstey, Regional Director Asia of Selex ES, today at the Finmeccanica stand at DSA 2014, Defence Services Asia exhibition and conference in Kuala Lumpur.
The three year contract provides for the supply of spares and support for the Navy Super Lynx MK100 helicopters sensors, specifically the Guardian 2500 electronic support measures, the Seaspray 3600 surveillance radar and the multi mission turret.
“We are committed to deliver to the Malaysian Navy our best expertise and are looking forward to further develop our relationship with the industry and the Government in Malaysia”, said Barry Anstey following the signature.
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