Luton, U.K., 10 November 2006 --[ASDWire]-- Douglas W. Bryce, Sr., the Deputy Joint Program Executive Officer for Chemical and Biological Defense with the U.S. Army, has formally opened the extension of Argon Electronics' U.K. premises.
Unveiling a plaque to commemorate the occasion, Mr. Bryce congratulated Managing Director Steven Pike on 18 years of work in the development of innovative training solutions, and thanked him for Argon's on-going support to the U.S. military in this arena.
The ceremony was attended by invited personnel from the U.K. armed forces, as well as guests from as far away as South Africa and the United States, and representatives from several of the world's leading detection instrument manufacturers including Bruker Daltonics, Inficon, Smiths Detection and Thermo Fisher Scientific.
The doubling in size of Argon's facilities represents the growing appreciation of the need to provide safe and comprehensive instrumented chemical, biological and radiological (CBR) training by the international civil and military responder community. Growth in Argon's market leading simulation product portfolio has been paralleled by recent orders for networked detector alarm systems that enable remote monitoring and reporting of CBR threats and incidents.
Argon Electronics LLP is a world leader in the design and manufacture of instrumented simulation training systems and networked alarm systems for the international civil and military CBR detection market. For more information visit: www.argonelectronics.comMr. J. Saunders
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