../Morning Post
Posted November 12, 2009
New Deal

COM DEV USA Awarded US Government Satellite Contract

EL SEGUNDO, CA - COM DEV USA, LLC, a subsidiary of COM DEV International Ltd., announced that it has been awarded a contract valued in excess of US$7 million to provide passive microwave equipment for a US Government space program. This contract covers work on the fourth spacecraft in a multiple-satellite constellation, and follows a contract announced last month relating to the third spacecraft in the same program. Design and production work will be performed at COM DEV USA's manufacturing facility in El Segundo, California with delivery scheduled for the middle of fiscal 2011.

"In the past month we have announced over $20 million of new contract wins for work on three separate satellites," said Dan White, President of COM DEV USA. "We begin our 2010 fiscal year with a very healthy backlog that should allow us to maintain the momentum we have established at our El Segundo facility. We achieved or exceeded all our major targets in 2009 and we are very excited about continuing to execute our growth strategy."

Submit press release to pressrelease@exchangemagazine.com - Editor Jon Rohr - Content published on this site represents the opinion of the individual/organization and/or source provider of the Content. ExchangeMagazine.com is non-partisan, online journal. Privacy Policy. Copyright of Exchange produced editorial is the copyright of Exchange Business Communications Inc. 2009/*.*. Additional editorials, comments and releases are copyright of respective source(s) and/or institutions or organizations.


Contact a Account Manager

Current Issue November/December 2009
Subscribe to Exchange Online today

Subscribe to Exchange News Daily

Top North American

New York

Submit Press Release
Visitor Centre
Advertising Inquires
Tel: 519.886.0298

Subscribe to Exchange Magazine Print Edition

Contact Information:

Exchange Business Communication Inc.
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Tel: 519.886.0298

Jon Rohr

Account Manager
John Hobin