Integrated Defense subsidiary awarded $2.6 million contract
Integrated Defense Technologies' subsidiary, PEI Electronics, has been awarded a delivery order of $2.64 million for the production of 29 sets of Common Support Functions Module (CSFM) hardware, in support of the US Marines M1A1 Abrams Tank and various CSFM spares for the US Army and Egypt's co-production office.
The contract was awarded by the US Army Tank- Automotive and Armaments Command, Rock Island, Ill. Work on the contract will be performed in the PEI Electronics Huntsville, Alabama, facility and is expected to be completed by April 30, 2004. PEI Electronics employs 500 people in its Cummings Research Park facility in Huntsville.
Integrated Defense Technologies, Inc. is a developer and provider of advanced electronics and technology products to the defense and intelligence industries. IDT products are installed on or used in support of a wide array of military platforms, to enhance their operational performance or extend their useful life.
IDT products are incorporated into approximately 250 programs, which, in turn, are installed on or support over 275 platforms. IDT employs more than 2,000 people throughout the United States and Canada. — (menareport.com)
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