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EOS’ US subsidiary enters new partnership, opens up new US naval market

EOS’ US subsidiary enters new partnership, opens up new US naval market

Electro Optic Systems (EOS) US subsidiary EM solutions has partnered with MVSEA, with hopes that the partnership will open new export markets for the company.

Electro Optic Systems (EOS) US subsidiary EM solutions has partnered with MVSEA, with hopes that the partnership will open new export markets for the company.

The company expects that the joint collaboration will allow EOS to create a new market with the US Navy, Military Sealift Command and the Coast Guard, especially with EOS’ new array of products, including the tri-band Cobra terminal. EOS plans to leverage MVSEA’s existing relationship across the US’ defence industry and academia to achieve this market expansion.

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Currently, EOS has already received confirmed sales of the tri-band Cobra terminal.

Chief executive officer of EM Solutions Dr Rowan Gilmore confirmed that EM Solutions is ready to meet their next challenge in the US.

“We are now ready to serve the US Navy as a valued customer, and we are excited that MVSEA will be supporting us in this engagement,” Gilmore said.

Rear Admiral (Ret’d) Brad Williamson, chief executive officer of MVSEA likewise welcomed the opportunity to work with EOS and supporting leading military technologies.

“We are excited to work with EM Solutions in developing plans to enable their cutting-edge and mature product line of communications equipment to be able to support US Navy platforms.”

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EOS’ US expansion comes following the company’s 10th anniversary in Singapore, with EOS originally establishing itself in the country to support the Singaporean government’s R600 remote weapon station.

Henry Heng, who has overseen EOS’ Singapore Defence Systems serving as president for Asia Pacific, said that he was optimistic about the company’s continued future expansion.

“EOS is a company that will create a solid legacy, and I am truly honoured to be part of that legacy.

“I have thoroughly enjoyed the past 10 years with EOS, and I am enthusiastic about the future about the company,” Heng added.

“EOS Singapore would like to extend our deepest gratitude towards everyone who has helped us along the way during these 10 years, and we look forward to many more exciting years ahead.”

[Related: EOS Singapore Defence Systems entity marks 10 year anniversary]

 

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