American firm wins two Saudi Aramco security contracts
Electronic Control Security (ECSI) has finalized contracts to secure two Arabian American Oil Company (Aramco) facilities in Saudi Arabia, the Saudi Aramco Mobil Refinery Company (Samref) in Yanbu and the tank farms in Dhahran, Saudi Aramco's headquarters. The combined orders are valued at more than $850,000.
Under the agreement, ECSI will deliver its Fiber Optic Intelligence Detection System (FOIDS) and Intruder Detection and Monitoring System (IDMS), two of its product lines designed to prevent unauthorized entry or access to the two complexes, during April 2003.
ECSI designs, manufactures and markets physical electronic security systems for high profile, high threat environments. The employment of Risk, Threat and Vulnerability Assessment with Risk Analysis allows ECSI to determine and address the security needs of government installations, business organizations and corporate executives. — (menareport.com)
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