The identity of the company wasn't disclosed.
Magal Security Systems said that under two contracts it received from the customer it will supply its Perimeter Intrusion Detection System. Volumetric buried cable systems will be delivered to protect 125 oil wells, while fiber sensors will protect another 20 sites of oil related critical infrastructure.
Its products will be integrated into an existing third-party control system by a local company.
The two orders, which will be fulfilled in the third quarter of this year, are worth a combined $3.4 million.
"While we have seen significant success in delivering full turnkey projects during the past two years, this order demonstrates the strength of the product facet of our business," said Eitan Livneh, president and chief executive officer of Magal S3.
"These very large orders for products exclusively, demonstrate the value of our flexibility to partner with system integrators and propose the best solutions to their customers.
"At the same time, this order continues the trend of our business growth in Latin America."
Police: Sword-wielding man demanded free tacos
Wisconsin business offering 'therapeutic cuddling' forced to close