Enertec, a subsidiary of of Micronet Enertec Technologies Inc., said the order came from "a multibillion-dollar Israeli defense corporation," which indicated additional orders can be expected.
"Our critical defense components will be installed in a state-of-the-art airborne system," said David Lucatz, president and chief executive officer of Micronet Enertec Technologies. "This demonstrates our strong market position as a solution provider and reflects the on-going confidence of our leading industry customers in the quality and reliability of our products.
"As threats increase around the world, advanced defense systems such as the one we support, benefit from growing interest and demand. We are proud to take part in strategic programs such as this one, and we're confident that our technologies and solutions will continue to benefit from these trends."
No details were given as to the components to be supplied were disclosed.
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