Magal wins a $6 million contract to secure Israeli army bases

Published 1 February 2007

Deal follows recent successes with U.S. water authorities, banks concerned about underground tunnelling, and a Scottish hospital; company will install perimeter detection and command and control systems

More good news for Yahud, Israel-based Magal Security Systems. The company has been on a roll as of late, signing a $1.3 million contract for a personnel-attack alarm system at the State Hospital Facility in Scotland, selling its PipeGuard system to a bank concerned about underground tunneling by would-be bank robbers, and finalizing a deal with a major but unnamed U.S. water authority to install its comprehensive perimeter security suite known as the DreamBox. Not one to rest on its laurels, the company this week announced a fourth success: a $6 million order to protect several military bases in Israel. As part of the project, Magal will implement its Taut Wire Intrusion Detection Systems and its FORTIS Integrated Command & Control system.

-read more in this company news release