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United States : TKK ELECTRONICS secures national contract for IT services

June 23, 2014



Milwaukee based TKK Electronics LLC has secured a national contract to provide information technology services to first responders which is expected to boost TKK's revenue by yearly $6 million.

The firm has secured a three-year contract from the North Central Emergency Medical Services Cooperative (NCEMSC) of St. Cloud, Minn.

With this contract, Milwaukee-based TKK will be able to expand its services to the cooperative's nearly 4,000 members across the United States and into Canada and South America.

Juan Hernandez, owner and CEO of TKK said, It gives exposure to a smaller company in Walker s Point. It ll really help us with name recognition.

TKK will provide rugged technology used in the field by paramedics, fire-rescue squads and other emergency medical service organizations. The rugged technology features the Getac line of computers, developed in accordance with military standards.

Hernandez said, The computers can be used inside emergency vehicles. It's something they need to make sure the best possible care is provided.

Hernandez expects a yearly revenue increase of about $6 million per year, on the basis of conservative percentages, from this contract.


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Source: TendersInfo (India)


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