Duros Wins Ports America Contract

Monday, January 18, 2010

Duros has been contracted by Supply Chain Services (SCS) to provide service and new equipment for Ports America, the largest terminal operator and stevedore in the U.S. The multi-year contract includes the service of existing rugged computer hardware for optimal performance and the sale of the new Duros 1214 fixed-mount rugged computers.

Ports America relies on rugged computers to help manage and track cargo inventory at 50 ports and 97 terminals in the United States and Mexico. The Duros 1214, which is engineered to withstand the rigors of shipping environments, will be mounted onto pick-up trucks and various industrial machinery throughout the ports.

Sealed to IP-65 and meeting or exceeding MIL-STD-810F, the Duros 1214 also features an ultra-rugged touch screen Polysilicon display and all-in-one aluminum housing.

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