OSI Systems Receives $22M Order to Provide Services for Border Security Inspection Systems


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OSI Systems, Inc. announced that its Security division has received an order valued at approximately $22 million to provide comprehensive service, maintenance, and spare parts support for various Rapiscan cargo and vehicle inspection (CVI) systems deployed internationally.

“We are pleased to provide service and support on our existing cargo inspection systems in the field and look forward to supporting this customer’s continuing mission to secure borders,” said Deepak Chopra, OSI Systems’ Chairman and CEO.

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