Codan wins contract for tactical comms network in Africa


By Jonathan Nally
Thursday, 18 July, 2019


Codan wins contract for tactical comms network in Africa

Codan Communications has won a contract with an undisclosed East African government department to supply a tactical communications network.

The contract is valued in the order of $15 million, and comprises a full communications platform including Codan radios and an interoperability solution along with a suite of third-party products.

The solution will be delivered in the first half of FY20.

In a statement, the company that this “is a significant and strategically important contract for Codan and is consistent with our strategy to grow the communications business by further penetrating global markets as a full solutions provider”.

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