Codan strikes deal with Bangladesh Army
Codan Radio Communications has joined forces with the Bangladesh Army in a multimillion-dollar portable communications deal.
The army has purchased 200 Codan Patrol 2110M Manpacks, granting Codan Radio Communications another partnership in the Asia Pacific Region.
The army was aiming to improve the quality of its portable communications. It met with Codan Radio Communications and its local partner, who offered a technically compliant product with superior quality while meeting the client’s needs.
These operations include the manpacks’ deployment in post disaster recovery efforts when lives are on the line. The manpacks will also be utilised for the Bangladesh Army’s United Nations peacekeeping missions in the African region.
The Bangladesh forces are well received by the respective nations enabling highly effective work to be achieved with the right equipment in tow.
Codan Radio Communications will be conducting in-country training and support for these manpacks in the coming months as it aims to strengthen the relationship with the Bangladesh Army and continue to support military operations throughout the Asia Pacific and African regions.
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