ORBIT receives follow on order for its maritime satcom frm asia

ORBIT receives a follow on order for its Martime SatCom Systems from a Large Defense Integrator in Asia

The order is for an Asian Navy valued at $2.07M

 

Netanya IL – March 2, 2016 – ORBIT Communication Systems, a leading provider of mission-critical communication solutions for Land, Sea, Air and Space applications, announced today that it has received a follow on order from a leading defense integrator for equipment and services to support maritime SatCom solutions provided to its customer in the past. The order is for a major Asian Navy and valued at $2.07M.
Since 2010, ORBIT has successfully supplied more than 150 maritime SatCom 1.15m and 2.2m terminals to the Asian Navy. ORBIT’s VSAT systems have proven their reliability and durability and have set the standard for maritime SatCom solutions around the world for both defense and commercial uses.
According to Erez Shabirow, ORBIT’s CEO: “We take pride in continuing our long term relationship with this significant Asian Integrator and the Navy both being our valuable customers for years. We are honored that they rely on our products in that scale.”

 

About ORBIT Communication Systems
ORBIT is a global provider of advanced business and mission critical communication solutions for land, sea, air and space applications. The company’s solutions address the maritime, aerospace, defense and homeland security markets. ORBIT’s portfolio includes mobile satellite communication systems, tracking & telemetry solutions, communication management systems and earth observation ground stations which are operating on thousands of platforms worldwide.

ORBIT’s customers include leading navies, government and defense organizations, major integrators, space agencies, earth observation and communication service providers.

ORBIT is a public company traded on the Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE: ORBI). The company has global presence of sales and customer support with footprints in the United States, Europe and the Far East.