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DRI secures Belgian contract

Posted on February 10, 2010

DRI Corp., a digital communications technology leader in the domestic and international surface transportation and transit security markets, announced that its Mobitec AB (Mobitec) subsidiary in Sweden received an order for Mobitec electronic destination sign systems and other equipment for DeLijn, a major transit operator in Belgium. The order is valued at approximately $1.4 million.

"We feel honored to have this opportunity to continue serving DeLijn, a highly valued and respected customer for many years. Deliveries are expected to begin in first quarter 2010 and to conclude in fiscal year 2010," said David L. Turney, DRI's chairman/president/CEO.

Products ordered include Mobitec electronic information display systems, Mobitec voice announcement systems and Mobitec global positioning satellite control units.

The products will be installed on new regular and hybrid city buses in the DeLijn transit fleet.

 

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