LONDON e2v technologies has signed three key contracts worth a total of £10.7million for the supply of sensors and electronic tubes.
The largest contract won by e2v (Chelmsford, England), is worth £6.1million and is to supply defence electronic subsystems, using the company’s electronic tube technology, to the UK Ministry of Defence. Delivery will be within a 6 months with opportunities for further orders from future contract phases.
It also won a £1.5million contract to supply sensors for the second tranche of the Eurofighter-Typhoon missile approach warning system. The order comes via EADS Deutschland and follows e2v’s successful completion of the programme’s first tranche.
The third contract win is worth £3.1million and covers the ongoing supply of marine radar electronic tubes and sensor components to Alphatron Electronic Parts BV. Headquartered in Holland, Alphatron is a global distributor for e2v and supplies e2v’s marine products to the after-sales market through offices worldwide
Keith Attwood, Chief Executive of e2v, said, “With these contracts we remain confident that we can meet our existing expectations of a traditionally stronger second half across both our electronic tube and sensors product groups.”