Emrise Receives $1 Million Radio Frequency Systems Order

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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Emrise Corporation said it has received a $1 million (USD) order for radio frequency (RF) systems from a major international marine services supplier of electronic systems for identifying and marking marine shipping channels and marine hazards. Deliveries against the order are expected to begin in late 2013 and continue through 2014.

The order was received from a longstanding customer by the Company’s Pascall Electronics Ltd. subsidiary in England. Pascall provides power systems, RF devices and integrated systems and subsystems for a broad range of military and commercial aircraft and other land- and sea-based programs.

Emrise Chairman and Chief Executive Carmine T. Oliva said that orders for the Company’s electronic devices for use in commercial land and marine applications have long resulted in important additions to sales in the Company’s Electronic Devices segment.

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