[Press Release, 30 March 2016] The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization, DALO, awards a new significant four years framework contract to Environics Oy for the acquisition of chemical detectors. Environics won the contract through international tender phase, the value of the contract is approximately 3 million euros.

The framework contract includes ChemPro100i, handheld Chemical detectors for both personal detector and a remote detector use. DALO is procuring chemical detectors to secure and enhance the Danish forces capability to detect Chemical War Agents (CWA) and Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TIC) when they are deployed in missions. Further, the chemical detectors are used for training for such operations.

“After this contract the Danish forces will start to use ChemPro100i as their primary detector against chemical threats. Similar decision what several other organizations have done in past years.” says Mr. Krister Liljegren, Area Manager of Environics Oy.

Environics Danish distributor Brdr. Jørgensen Instruments A/S can provide support to DALO locally. “We have perfect team working on this project now. Currently we are preparing the first deliveries and really looking forward to the co-operation in the coming years.” Mr. Liljegren concludes.

Environics handheld chemical detectors are already in use in tens of defence organizations around the world including for example Italian Armed Forces, The Royal Netherlands Armed Forces and Belgium Defence Forces. Environics has delivered over 15 000 CWA and TIC detectors worldwide.

 

About Environics Oy
Environics Oy,established in 1987, based in Mikkeli, Finland, is the world leading supplier of Chemical, Biological, Nuclear and Radiation (CBRN) detection devices and integrated system solutions for starting from personal safety to national security. Environics provides innovative solutions for the whole safeguarding society from civil defense and homeland security to the military.

For further information, please contact:
Krister Liljegren
Area Manager
krister.liljegren@environics.fi
www.environics.f