Czech company ELDIS Pardubice will supply three new radars to Slovakia. The company is realising the supply based on having won a public tender issued by Slovak Army. The radars will be replacing equipment after the end of its lifecycle at Slovak military airports. The Slovak Ministry of Defence said as much and added that it had signed a framework agreement with the company to supply sets to it worth EUR 23,74 million.
ELDIS Pardubice will thus win a significant reference contract in a NATO country. "Thanks to the fact that we have succeeded, we have secured work in production and installation at the customer’s site for the next three years. In each of the next three years we will deliver our system to one airport, starting at Kuchyna-Malacky Airport and in 2023 ending the project at Prešov Airport, “says Aleš Jedlička, Director of ELDIS Pardubice.
The company ELDIS Pardubice is a member of the Czechoslovak Group and its CSG Aerospace division.
Source: www.cianews.cz/en, ELDIS Pardubice/CSG Group
Provided by the team of CzechTrade Jakarta