Chemring Wins Next Generation Chemical Detection Contract

Chemring today announces that it has been awarded a further research and development contract on the Next Generation Chemical Detection (“NGCD”) Program of Record, and has therefore progressed to the prototype phase on all three variants of this programme. Work will be carried out at the Chemring Sensors & Electronic Systems’ facility in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Michael Flowers, Group Chief Executive of Chemring, commented: “I am delighted that we have progressed to the prototype phase on this third stream under the NGCD Program of Record. Participation on all three variants is testament to our expertise within the chemical detection field and our continued focus on the needs of our customers. These Programs of Record form a key part of our long term growth strategy and our continued progression is very encouraging.” 

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Source: Chemring Group PLC
Date: Jul 21, 2016