US firm to provide Sadara security vehicle
New York, July 30, 2014
Global Digital Solutions (GDSI), a leader in providing cyber arms manufacturing and complementary security and technology solutions, plans to ship a high-end, mobile command and control vehicle to Sadara, a $20 billion petrochemical joint venture between Dow Chemical and Saudi Aramco.
The sophisticated, custom-manufactured vehicle will come from GDSI's recently acquired North American Custom Specialty Vehicles (NACSV).
NACSV is a leading builder of mobile command/communications and specialty vehicles for emergency management, first responders, national security and law enforcement operations.
GDSI announced the acquisition of NACSV on June 18. NACSV's Mobile Command and Control vehicles are typically equipped with a suite of sophisticated capabilities, including night-vision, live surveillance, back-to-base video, and secure, encrypted communications data links to support command and control decision-making.
"These NACSV orders reflect much more than the world-class quality of NACSV vehicles," said Richard J Sullivan, GDSI's president and CEO.
"They also underscore both the strong demand for NACSV leading-edge vehicles and NACSV's impressive network of satisfied customers. NACSV supplied a similar vehicle to Dow Chemical for a facility in Houston, Texas. The NACSV team was able to build on this close relationship to secure the Sadara contract. We see enormous growth potential for NACSV's sophisticated, custom-manufactured vehicles in the US market and in the fast-growing global arena." - TradeArabia News Service