US-based Electronic Control Security (EKCS) has finalized a contract with the Abdulla Fouad Company in Dammam, Saudi Arabia for the Japanese-owned, Arabian Oil Company to secure its Al-Khafji oil field, reported company officials. The deal is valued at nearly $500,000.
Under the agreement, ECSI will begin to supply its Fiber Optic Intelligence Detection System (FOIDS) and Intruder Detection and Monitoring System (IDMS), two of its premier product lines designed to prevent unauthorized entry or access to the 44,200-linear-foot complex.
ECSI is currently finishing an installation in Harad, Saudi Arabia, for Aramco, and is expecting to complete a seventh project of similar scope for another Saudi oil company by May 2003.
ECSI designs, manufactures and markets physical electronic security systems for high-profile, high-threat environments. — (menareport.com)
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