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Homeland security specialist company secures ADF contract

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XTEK Limited has been awarded a $1.1 million purchase order with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to supply x-ray generators.

XTEK Limited has been awarded a $1.1 million purchase order with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to supply x-ray generators.

This purchase order follows a separate supply contract for similar equipment to the ADF worth $0.2 million, delivered in the last few weeks.

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The $1.1 million contract builds on the $6.3 million of orders in hand at the end of the December quarter, up 33 per cent from the previous quarter.

XTEK is a leading company in the Australian homeland security market, providing equipment, training and support services to federal and state government departments and police forces.

Their knowledge and expertise focuses on the delivery of protection and sustainment solutions for the government, law enforcement, military and commercial sectors.

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XTEK is also an ADF Recognised Supplier and is listed on the ADF Register as an approved maintenance facility and is a member of the Defence Industry Security Panel. Their key management and staff have distinguished military and police backgrounds and extensive experience in the homeland security sector.

XTEK and the ADF were unavailable for comment at the time of publication.

Homeland security specialist company secures ADF contract
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