Defence contractor Chemring said its US arm had received a 32 million dollar order for mine detection kit from the US military.
The subsidiary, Non-Intrusive Inspection Technology, will supply spare parts to the US Army and US Marine Corps.
The deal is part of a supply contract for its Husky Mounted Detection System, which was signed in April.
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The system aims to detect improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and is in use with Coalition forces in Afghanistan.
"Since the inception of the [Husky] over four years ago, our commitment remains to provide the best explosives and mine detection capability to US and coalition forces currently in combat, " said Chemring's Chief Executive, Mark Papworth.
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