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Plasan Sasa Gets IDF Body Armor Order

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Note innovative shields, too(click to view full) Body armor and vehicle armor maker Plasan Sasa, of Kibbutz Sasa in the western Galilee, Israel announced that it won a contract for the provision of personal body armor vests made of lightweight composite materials to the Israeli Defense Forces. Under the NIS 8 million (about $2 million) contract, the company will supply thousands of vests to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2006 and the first quarter of 2007. This Globes article also points out that Plasan also won a previous IDF tender worth NIS 10 million in June 2006 for the supply of 2,000 ergonomic personal protection vests.

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