Awards: Installation of Radars for $33 million

The Ministry of National Defense in Guatemala has awarded the Spanish company Indra Sistemas a contract for the supply and installation of three radars.

Monday, January 16, 2017

The Spanish company was the only bidder in the tender called by the government of Guatemala, which eventually won the contract worth $33 million, on January 6 this year.

According to data from the Guatecompras purchasing website, the company Indra Sistemas S.A. will oversee the supply, installation, commissioning and on site field testing, in operative state, of the three 3D radars, ARSR-10D3LR L-band."

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