Intelcan nets third South American deal in 2009

OTTAWA – Intelcan Technosystems Inc. signs Intelcan-logo125X14.JPGa US$3.5-million contract with the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority to supply new equipment for Cheddi Jagan International Airport, south of the Guyanese capital of Georgetown. Upgrading equipment it installed in 1982, Intelcan is providing the airport with systems for air traffic management, instrument landing, automatic message handling, automated weather observation, as well as distance measuring equipment. Along with upgrades at the New Quito International Airport in Ecuador and at the Paramaribo airport in Suriname, this is Intelcan’s third project in South America this calendar year.

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