Sepura wins German radio contract
The Free State of Thuringia in Germany has awarded Sepura a contract for almost 20,000 radios.
The contract, won by Sepura’s partner, Selectric, will see Sepura provide a combination of STP9000 and STP8X hand portables, as well as vehicle installations of SRG3900 mobiles, for use by non-police public safety organisations throughout the region.
“We are extremely proud that our radios have been selected by Thuringia — a state whose communication solutions have, historically, been held by our competitors,” said Hooman Safaie, Sepura’s regional director for DACH (Germany, Austria and Switzerland).
Hendrik Pieper, general manager of Selectric, said, “I am confident that by selecting Sepura radios — in combination with our local expertise, delivery maintenance and training — the state of Thuringia has made the best choice for its digital communications.”
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