Codan partners with Malaysian police
Codan Radio Communications has secured a multimillion-dollar deal to modernise the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM).
This agreement has seen the delivery of 444 Codan Patrol 2110M Manpacks to PDRM, facilitating the modernisation and secure enhancement of its existing communications network.
These manpacks purchased by PDRM are to further fulfil and strengthen their mandate and role in maintaining the country’s internal security. It recognises Codan Radio Communications’ continuous effort in developing state-of-the-art products for the security industry. Reliability and clarity of digital voice-enabling technologies facilitates robust communications in the most challenging of circumstances.
This agreement was aided by Codan’s local manufacturing and in-country partner — Tactical Communications Sdn. Bhd, with their ground staff’s pre-assessment and ongoing support.
Codan Radio Communications’ personalised in-field support and training enabled the Manpacks to fit to PDRM’s needs by understanding the nuanced stakes of the region with a three-year warranty. This agreement and the manpack’s technical compliance within this market signifies the beginning of a cooperative and successful relationship between both the PDRM and Codan Radio Communications into the foreseeable future.
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