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Global demand for drug and explosive detector orders

IDenta : 13 June, 2008  (New Product)
IDenta has received orders from throughout the world's governments for its range of drug and explosive detection products
IDenta has recently received first-time orders for drug detectors from Norway, Kazakhstan and French Guiana, an important re-order for drug detectors from the National Israeli Police and an order for explosive detectors which will be used by the Canadian Army in Afghanistan. The announcement comes on the day when executives from IBTEC, who represent IDenta's products in France, are making a special presentation concerning IDenta's new heroin precursor identifier at a meeting in Paris of The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) of the United Nations.

"Each day IDenta extends its reputation as an international company whose products are being used and sought after around the world," proclaimed Yaacov Shoham, CEO of IDenta. "We are especially gratified that IDenta Alert Explosive Identifiers passed the testing of the Canadian Army resulting in an order of a sizeable number of units. This validates our research showing that these products provide a very valuable safety measure to detect potentially explosive substances and believe we now will start receiving inquiries from military branches in several countries."

The first order of explosive identifiers for the Canadian Army will be used during operations Afghanistan. The army chose IDenta's Alert Explosive Identifiers after substantial testing of the company's explosive identifiers based on:.

1 A comprehensive evaluation of how safely the products could be used in the field by military personnel.

2 The reliability of the products to determine known explosives including high explosives such as TNT, PETN, RDX, NG, TATP, Urea nitrate, and Ammonium Nitrate, and lower grade explosives based on inorganic nitrates or chlorate.

The order by the National Israeli Police, which was already an IDenta customer, was made when the force decided to also start using the drug detectors in their special operations units. IDenta recently conducted an extensive product training program for a first group of 25 Israeli officers, with two more training sessions scheduled for the near future.

Details of the orders for drug detectors for the governments of Norway and French Guiana were not disclosed. French Guiana, whose capital is Cayenne, is located on the northeastern coast of South America and is recognised to be the main corridor for transferring drugs from South America to both Europe and North America.
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