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MCL receives MoD order extension

Posted 21 April 2017 · Add Comment

Marlborough Communications Ltd (MCL) announced today a contract extension to an initial order from the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD).



The contract with the British Ministry of Defence was announced on 9 March, 2017 and comprises hearing protection and communication ancillaries for specialist land, maritime and air applications.

The contract is for four years with options for a fifth year and a complete mid-life enhancement at two and a half years. Deliveries will begin in the second quarter of 2017.

The contract follows previous MoD contract awards for hearing protection, THPS, announced in 2015.

The solution being supplied by MCL was developed in partnership with INVISIO Communications, a leading Danish audio technology company.

 

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