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Fibrotex Technologies Awarded Long-Term Contract for Multispectral Camouflage Systems by Finnish MOD

Fibrotex Technologies - a leading designer, developer, and manufacturer of advanced static and mobile camouflage and deception systems for armies and security forces worldwide -was recently awarded a long-term contract to manufacture and supply thousands of advanced multispectral camouflage systems to the Finnish Defense Forces. Fibrotex successfully competed with other global suppliers to win the tenders for all four types of camouflage systems. The total value of the project could reach over €35,000,000, with the first systems to be supplied in the near future.

Fibrotex' multispectral camouflage systems protect against various sensors in a variety of ranges, including UV, Visual, Near-Infrared, Thermal, and Radar. The systems that will be supplied to the Finnish MOD are reversible (double-sided), with each side providing a different camouflage coverage (snow/woodland/urban, etc.). The systems were developed to meet the camouflage properties and extreme environmental conditions of the Scandinavian area.

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Adi Blum, Owner and CEO of Fibrotex, said, "We feel great pride to have been awarded this strategic project, with its leading-edge technical requirements. The Finnish Army Material Command has been a valued customer of ours since 2006, and we are delighted with this award and committed to ensuring that this partnership will continue for years to come".

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Source : Fibrotex Technologies

Published on ASDNews: Jan 21, 2014


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