Helmet-delivery deal for Irish firm

Irish company Daniel Technologies has won a contract to deliver 12,000 ballistic helmets to the Irish Defence Forces in partnership with Israeli military equipment manufacturer Rabintex.

7th January, 2006

Irish company Daniel Technologies has won a contract to deliver 12,000 ballistic helmets to the Irish Defence Forces in partnership with Israeli military equipment manufacturer Rabintex.

Under the terms of the contract, valued at €2.5 million in total, the company will oversee the delivery of 12,000 helmets to the Irish Defence Forces over a six-month period from next March.

Stephen Roe, managing director of Daniel Technologies, said the awarding of the contract last month followed a “tough...

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