Canadian Navy Orders Systems from Offshore Systems International

Wednesday, October 17, 2001
Offshore Systems International Ltd., a niche military contractor headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, announced that the Canadian Navy placed a new order for ECPINS Systems worth more tha $300,000 to Offshore to support urgent operational requirements on board Navy ships deploying as part of Canada’s contribution to the international war on terrorism. “The Canadian Navy is one of Offshore’s long-time customers and supporters, and we’re proud to be part of this important mission,” said John Jacobson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Offshore Systems. “These systems are our latest technology, and will provide navigational capabilities for the Navy that are the best in the world. An important factor for the Navy was our ability to respond quickly to their needs and field complete systems within a few days of the initial inquiry. Complete systems will be manufactured, installed and set to work within ten days of the initial inquiry.”

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