EID Wins Portuguese Navy Communications Contract

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

August 1, 2017

Photo: EID

Photo: EID

Cohort company EID has been awarded a contract by the Portuguese Navy for the supply of Integrated Communications systems to the Tejo class coastal patrol vessels.

The €4.6 million contract encompasses the supply of radio equipment, ICCS, integration engineering and logistic services. The contract also includes additional supplies for the second batch of the Viana do Castelo Oceanic Patrol Vessels, being built by West Sea shipyards in the North West city of Viana do Castelo.

“We have been supplying communications systems to the Portuguese Navy ships since 1985. Their performance has helped to grow the export market for these systems, which are now in use in several parts of the world. We are grateful to the Portuguese Navy for showing the confidence in our skills and capabilities, enabling the international success of ICCS. This new contract demonstrates that the Portuguese Navy, one of our most important customers, is happy with our global, positive and responsive performance,” said EID Managing Director, António Marcos Lopes.
 
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