Expected deals cemented

Allen-Vanguard takes a $35-million order from General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products for electronic counter-measures (ECM) equipment. The Ottawa-based company says the major purchase of spares for vehicle-mounted Allen-Vanguard.JPGjammers, which interfere with radio signals used to remotely detonate IEDs (improvised explosive devices), is headed for a US Department of Defense customer. The deal comes shortly after the company secures a $10-million contract for the ECM gear from an unspecified Commonwealth customer. “This spares order for DoD represents a commitment to the extensive installed base of our most battle-proven jammer,” says CEO David Luxton. “We are pleased to see this further increment to our backlog of ECM orders on the heels of the $10-million ECM order announced just days ago.”

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